India and China to hold new talks at Lieutenant General level
New Delhi, June 30 (Prensa Latina) Military representatives from India and China will hold another round of talks at Lieutenant General's level on Tuesday, in a new attempt to reduce tensions on the common border, the press in this capital reported.
The meeting must also finalize the modalities for the withdrawal of the respective troops from the sensitive eastern region of the Indian territory of Ladakh, according to the All India Radio station.
This will be the third round of talks at the Lieutenant General level, which will take place again in the Chushul sector, but this time on the Indian side of the known Royal Line of Control. The meeting is scheduled to start at 10:30 local time.
The Indian delegation will be led by Commander of the 14th Corps, Lt. Gen. Harinder Singh, and the Chinese side will likely be led by the Commander of the Tibet Military District.
The first two encounters took place in Moldo, on the Chinese side of the Royal Line of Control. During the second round of talks, on June 22, the two sides reached a mutual consensus to separate themselves from all the sticking points in eastern Ladakh.
India's and China's representatives are expected to discuss on the application of a deal reached in the first round of talks, held on June 6.
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