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Major General Level's talks ended around 7:30 pm today to ease tensions between India and China on LAC.  The talks covered issues such as advancing the withdrawal of troops from several locations of deadlock on the Line of Actual Control (LAC), including Daulat Beg Oldi and Depsang in eastern Ladakh.

Explain that a week ago, the forces of the two countries held a fifth round of Corps Commander (Lieutenant General) level in an effort to speed up the withdrawal of troops.  In the military talks, the Indian side is insisting on the complete withdrawal of Chinese troops as soon as possible and immediately restore the status quo to all areas of East Ladakh as before May 5.

On May 5, a standoff was created following a confrontation between the two armies in Pangong So.  According to sources, the Chinese People's Liberation Army (PLA) has withdrawn troops from the Galvan Valley and some other standoff sites but the process of withdrawing troops to the Finger areas in Pangong So, Gogra and Depsang has not proceeded.

India is insisting that China should withdraw its troops from the areas between Finger Four and Eight.  The formal process of withdrawing troops began on 6 July.  A day earlier, National Security Advisor Ajit Doval and Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi held talks for nearly two hours on ways to reduce tensions in the region.

"According to people familiar with the development, in Saturday's talks, the process of retreating troops in Daulat Beg Oldi and Depasang areas is being given major attention.  Sources said that in view of the ground situation, the Indian Army and Air Force have decided to keep very high level of operational preparedness on LAC in Ladakh, North Sikkim, Uttarakhand and Arunachal Pradesh till the border with China.  The dispute is not resolved satisfactorily."

He said that Army Chief General MM Narwane has told all senior Army commanders monitoring the LAC operations in the forward areas to take a high level of vigilance and take an aggressive stand to deal with any "daring" of China.  Be retained.  A new guideline has been issued by the Chinese military to maintain extreme vigil in view of the withdrawal of troops from confrontational areas such as Pangong So, Depsang and Gogra.

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