Negotiations between the two countries are underway to resolve the ongoing border dispute between India and China. In the same sequence, the seventh round of senior commanders’ talks between the two countries were held in Chushul on Monday. A spokesman for the Indian Army said on Tuesday that during the talks, the two sides discussed disengagement (disintegration of troops) over actual control of the western border of the border.
The spokesperson said that the views between the two sides were positive and constructive and would further improve understanding of each other’s position. Both sides agreed to continue negotiations through military and diplomatic channels. The spokesperson said that during the talks, the two sides agreed to arrive at a mutually acceptable solution for the dissolution of the troops at the earliest.
Giving information about the meeting, the spokesman of the Indian Army said that both sides agreed that the leaders of the two countries reached an important agreement to ensure that it is followed. The spokesman said that the two sides agreed that any differences should not be converted into a dispute and jointly ensure peace on the border areas.