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Ladakh standoff: India-China to hold third round of talk tomorrow

Ladakh standoff: India-China to hold third round of talk tomorrow

New Delhi: The armies of the two countries will hold a third meeting on Tuesday to ease the ongoing border dispute between India and China in eastern Ladakh. The general level talks will be held at 10.30 am in Chushul on the Indian side of the Line of Actual Control (LAC), while the last round of talks took place in Moldo on the Chinese side. Lieutenant General Harinder Singh from India and Major General Lin Liu from China will attend the meeting. In the second round of talks on 22 June, the two sides agreed to retreat at several locations in eastern Ladakh.

The boundary dispute between India and China has increased considerably in recent times. On the night of 15 June there was also a violent skirmish between the armies of the two countries, in which 20 soldiers of the Indian side were killed. China has not yet shared any details of its casualties in the skirmish. India blamed Beijing for the deadlock in eastern Ladakh, saying that China has been mobilizing large numbers of troops and munitions on the LAC since early May.

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