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Thaw on Ladakh

November 20, 2021 |

Finally India and China have agreed to find a resolution to the Line of Actual Control row in Ladakh. This thaw came after more than a year now and the meetings between militaries of both engaged with each other on intricacies of the negotiations and broader framework of understanding which would finally pave the way for final solution to the border dispute between the two countries from Ladakh to Arunachal Pradesh. Notwithstanding the Galwan incident, both the sides displayed immense maturity with the NSA, CDS and Army Chief working out in utmost efficiency that led to better understanding and negotiations with the Chinese. The crucial outcome was possible after the 23rd meeting of the Working Mechanism for Consultation and Coordination on India-China Border Affairs. The talks were held in a candid manner and sought to seek early resolution of the other issues along the LAC in Eastern Ladakh while fully abiding by bilateral agreements and protocols so as to restore peace and tranquility. The two sides also agreed that both sides should in the interim also continue to ensure a stable ground situation and avoid any untoward incident. It was decided that senior army commanders would hold the 14th round of meeting at an early date to ensure the aim of complete disengagement. It would be prudent for both the countries to settle the issue so that normal relations are restored at the earliest even though external affairs Minister S Jaishankar sounded pessimism and admitted that the relations are going through a ‘particularly bad patch’ because of Beijing’s adamant stand as it took actions in violation of agreements for which India still doesn’t have a credible explanation. The eastern Ladakh border standoff between the Indian and Chinese militaries erupted on May 5 last year following a violent clash in the Pangong lake areas and both sides gradually enhanced their deployment by rushing in tens of thousands of soldiers as well as heavy weaponry. The tension escalated following a deadly clash in Galwan Valley on June 15 last year. As a result of a series of military and diplomatic talks, the two sides completed the disengagement process in the north and south banks of the Pangong lake in February and in the Gogra area in August. The last round of military talks on October 10 ended in a stalemate. India has always been willing to negotiate but keeping in the interest it holds in the region and the Armed Forces are ever ready to thwart enemy design at any level since the preparedness has attained unprecedented levels and Chinese sides are aware about the strength and capability of the Indian Army.

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Thaw on Ladakh

November 20, 2021 |

Finally India and China have agreed to find a resolution to the Line of Actual Control row in Ladakh. This thaw came after more than a year now and the meetings between militaries of both engaged with each other on intricacies of the negotiations and broader framework of understanding which would finally pave the way for final solution to the border dispute between the two countries from Ladakh to Arunachal Pradesh. Notwithstanding the Galwan incident, both the sides displayed immense maturity with the NSA, CDS and Army Chief working out in utmost efficiency that led to better understanding and negotiations with the Chinese. The crucial outcome was possible after the 23rd meeting of the Working Mechanism for Consultation and Coordination on India-China Border Affairs. The talks were held in a candid manner and sought to seek early resolution of the other issues along the LAC in Eastern Ladakh while fully abiding by bilateral agreements and protocols so as to restore peace and tranquility. The two sides also agreed that both sides should in the interim also continue to ensure a stable ground situation and avoid any untoward incident. It was decided that senior army commanders would hold the 14th round of meeting at an early date to ensure the aim of complete disengagement. It would be prudent for both the countries to settle the issue so that normal relations are restored at the earliest even though external affairs Minister S Jaishankar sounded pessimism and admitted that the relations are going through a ‘particularly bad patch’ because of Beijing’s adamant stand as it took actions in violation of agreements for which India still doesn’t have a credible explanation. The eastern Ladakh border standoff between the Indian and Chinese militaries erupted on May 5 last year following a violent clash in the Pangong lake areas and both sides gradually enhanced their deployment by rushing in tens of thousands of soldiers as well as heavy weaponry. The tension escalated following a deadly clash in Galwan Valley on June 15 last year. As a result of a series of military and diplomatic talks, the two sides completed the disengagement process in the north and south banks of the Pangong lake in February and in the Gogra area in August. The last round of military talks on October 10 ended in a stalemate. India has always been willing to negotiate but keeping in the interest it holds in the region and the Armed Forces are ever ready to thwart enemy design at any level since the preparedness has attained unprecedented levels and Chinese sides are aware about the strength and capability of the Indian Army.


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