Top Indo-China Military commander meet to be held in Chusul tomorrow - TNBC USA

India and the Chinese commander to meet for the fourth time in the eastern Ladakh region on Tuesday. The meeting to discuss the next phase of disengagement between the two armies.

The disengagement process began after the military level talk on June 30, followed by a subsequent conversation on 5 July etween national security adviser Ajit Doval and Chinese foreign minister Wang Yi.

According to the officials, this meeting is expected to focus on the figure areas and the strategic Depsang plains with a complex retraction process that started after preceding military talks on June 30 progressing in Galwan Valley, Hot Springs, and Gogra.

Another Official said, two commanders are also expected to discuss the withdrawal of weapons and equipment to an agreed distance from all friction areas along the Line of actual control. And finally to restore the situation as it existed before early April.

However, the military build-up from both sides has not been thinned. In spite of disengagement talks and standoffs, both the sides are deploying thousands of Fighter jets, helicopters, Soldiers, Artillaries, air defense system along the tension zone.

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