Lieutenant General-level talks between India and China ended

New Delhi: The crucial military talks at Lieutenant General-level between India and China ended on Saturday after discussions lasted for three hours to resolve over a month-long stalemate at the borders in Eastern Ladakh.
As per the sources, the meeting has ended and 14 Corps Commander Lt Gen Harinder Singh has returned to Leh-based Corps HQ.
The meeting was held at Moldo BPM point on Chinese side.
On Friday, the joint-secretary-level diplomatic talks held between two neighbouring nations.

Both sides agreed that in accordance with the guidance provided by their leadership, they “should handle their differences through peaceful discussion bearing in mind the importance of respecting each other’s sensitivities, concerns and aspirations and not allow them to become disputes”, the Ministry of External Affairs said in a statement.

Indian Army on Saturday said that the officials of India and China are engaged through the established military and diplomatic channels to address the current situation in the border areas of Eastern Ladakh.
“At this stage, any speculative and unsubstantiated reporting about these engagements would not be helpful and the media is advised to refrain from such reporting,” Indian Army Spokesperson said in a statement.