Indo-China LAC Dispute: There was a meeting between India and China in Beijing on Wednesday regarding the Line of Actual Control (LAC). This was the first meeting after 2019 and the 26th meeting so far. During this, both the countries jointly reviewed the latest situation of LAC in the western sector of the border areas.
The two sides have also discussed proposals for de-escalation along the border. Thereafter, both sides also agreed to hold the next (18th) round of senior commanders' meeting at the earliest.
Both the countries talked about the restoration of peace
In this meeting, Joint Secretary of East Asia Department Shilpak Ambule and Director General of Border and Maritime Affairs Hong Liang were present from the Chinese side. Both sides have agreed to help restore peace to reduce tension on the border.
Also agreed to hold the 17th round of China-India Corps Commander level meeting soon. Both sides have expressed commitment to strictly follow the protocol on LAC and respect the agreements.
Relations deteriorated after the conflict in Galvan
Explain that the India-China border is called the Line of Actual Control (LAC). There has been tension here for decades. The conflict escalated in 2020 following violent clashes in the Galwan Valley. Since then, the two countries have been engaged in diplomatic and military talks to reduce tensions and resolve the border dispute. Both countries have increased their troops on the border.
The dispute led to calls for a boycott of Chinese goods in India and strained diplomatic relations between the two countries.
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