- China did not open leaf on core commander level meeting with India
- China is stepping back from talks to end Ladakh tension
- The meeting is to be held with the Chinese army on Friday, there will be discussion on withdrawal of army from East Ladakh
China has not yet clarified its stand on 11 rounds of military talks with India over the ongoing tension in Ladakh. According to the information so far, the meeting of the corps commanders of the two armies is likely to be held on Friday, although China’s foreign ministry has refused to confirm it. China has said that India’s proposal for the restoration of status quo in eastern Ladakh may be discussed in the next meetings between the two countries, although it has not given any time.
China denies delay in meeting
China on Friday said amid reports about the possibility of an 11th round of core commander-level talks, that there is no delay in negotiating with India on the withdrawal of troops from the remaining fighting areas in eastern Ladakh. When asked to confirm the date for the 11th round of the China-India Corps Commander level meeting to discuss further withdrawal of troops in eastern Ladakh, Chinese Foreign Ministry spokesman Zhao Lijian said that China and India will hold the 11th round of talks Is in contact to conduct.
Refused to give the date of negotiation
The Chinese spokesman said that as of the specific date for the forthcoming talks, I have no idea. The spokesperson also denied any delay in holding the 11th round of talks. Zhao said that there is no delay in the meeting. I would like to emphasize that the situation on the Indo-China border is very clear. We hope that the Indian side will work with China on the basis of a significant consensus between the two leaders. He said that India’s proposal for restoration of status quo in East Ladakh could be discussed in the next meetings between the two countries.
China’s obstinate stance became an obstacle
Reports from Delhi said that the meeting of the corps commanders of the two armies could be held on Friday. It may also discuss the withdrawal of troops to the remaining places of conflict in eastern Ladakh. India has been emphasizing that peace on the border is essential for overall relations between the two countries. At the same time, China’s obstinate stance remains an obstacle to peace between the two countries.