New Delhi, July 01: More military and diplomatic level talks between India and China are expected in the days to come.
The military commanders of both sides had met for the third time on June 30 and the meeting went on late into the night. Sources tell OneIndia that both sides will find ways to arrive at a mutually agreeable solution to ensure peace along the Line of Actual Control.
New Delhi, June 29: The sorties continue unabated with no signs of de-escalation at the Line of Actual Control.
The Indian Air Force’s capability has been ramped up immensely, with the induction of the C-17 Globemaster Super Hercules and the CH-47 Chinook. The Indian Army’s strike formations are now spearheaded by the T-90 tanks.
New Delhi, June 29: While stating that there was no question on stepping back, India has signalled that it is in favour of de-escalation and continued talks with China.
No compromise, but we do not want an escalation a highly placed source told OneIndia. There is no question of us stepping back and if the need be we can take on the Chinese, the source also said.
New Delhi, June 26: India on Thursday made a strong statement conveying that all steps that had been taken to better the bilateral relations with China in the past three decades would be lost if the People’s Liberation Army does not disengage and de-escalate tensions along the Line of Actual Control.
New Delhi, June 17: India and China have been discussing through military and diplomatic channels the de-escalation of the situation in the border area in Eastern Ladakh, the Ministry of External Affairs said. “Senior Commanders had a productive meeting on 6th June 2020 and agreed on a process for such de-escalation.
Subsequently, ground commanders had a series of meetings to implement the consensus reached at a higher level.