New Delhi, Feb 15: India is keeping a close watch on the disengagement at Pangong Tso. Sources tell OneIndia that the disengagement is taking place faster than expected. There is a good chance that the process will be completed at the north and south banks of the Pangong Lake by Friday, the source cited above also said.
There is rapid movement of Chinese heavy vehicles beyond Finger 8, satellite images have shown.
New Delhi, Feb 13: The Indian government has reiterated that the military commander level talks between India and China will take place 48 hours after complete disengagement at the Pangong Tso area.
The Ministry of External Affairs said that both countries have agreed to convene the10th round senior commander level talks after the disengagement at Pangong Tso is complete. The next level of talks would focus on the remaining issues.
New Delhi, Feb 12: India will raise the issue of disengagement at the Depsang area in the next round of military commander level talks with China.
This would come after both sides agreed to disengage at the north and south banks of the Pangong Lake. Defence Minister Rajnath Singh had made a statement to this effect in both Houses of Parliament on Thursday.
New Delhi, June 12: Peace on border with China is essential for ties to grow, India as said as the stand-off continues.
While talks continue between both sides, China is yet to withdraw its soldiers, who had transgressed the disputed boundary on the bank of the Pangong Tso lake. New Delhi has said that peace is essential for further developments of the Indo-China bilateral relations.