Source: The New Indian Express
New Delhi: India and China have mutually agreed to resolve the border dispute at the level of divisional commanders.
The two armies are in talks to resolve the conflict and tensions in north-eastern Ladakh on June 15 last year. With the withdrawal of the military, the situation in the LAC has become known, and it is understood that the crisis will be resolved by negotiating with divisional commanders instead of corps commanders.
A senior military official said that the talks on the border crisis will continue at the level of the divisional commanders as China hopes to resolve the crisis in Gogra and Hot Springs at the level of the divisional commanders.
Such talks can only take place in the future if the corps commanders need it.
The Warlord made no comment on Galvan Valley.
Under the Working Mechanism for Consultation – Co-ordination on India-China Border Affairs (WMCC), there have been 21 rounds of diplomatic talks between the Indian XIV Corps of Commanders and the PLA Commander of the South Xinjiang Army District.