Tawang Clash: India China military level meeting for the first time after Tawang clash, agreed on these things
India-China Clash: Two weeks after the clash between Indian and Chinese troops in Arunachal Pradesh’s Tawang sector on December 9, military commanders from both sides held high-level talks on Tuesday.
India-China Face Off: The 17th round of commander-level meeting between the two countries in Ladakh on Tuesday (20 December) after the violent clash between the Indian and Chinese armies on 9 December 2022 in the Tawang sector of Arunachal Pradesh. Hui. Top army officers were present in this high level meeting. On Thursday, a joint statement was issued by both the sides giving information about the talks held in this meeting.
India-China military level meeting after Tawang Clash
In the meeting, both the countries agreed to maintain peace on the LAC. However, this meeting was held only to restore peace in Ladakh. It has not been informed whether the issue of Tawang clash came up or not. Two weeks after Indian and Chinese troops clashed in Arunachal Pradesh’s Tawang sector on 9 December, military commanders from both sides held a fresh round of high-level talks on 20 December to try to resolve border line issues .
The 17th round of India-China Corps Commander level meeting was held on 20 December 2022 at the Chushul-Moldo border meeting point. A joint statement issued on Thursday said the talks were frank and in-depth and in line with the guidance given by the leaders of the two countries to work on an early resolution of the issues.
Agreed on establishing peace on LAC
Indian Foreign Ministry spokesperson Arindam Bagchi gave some information related to this meeting during a press conference. “At the 17th round of India-China Commander-level talks, both sides exchanged views in an open and constructive manner on the resolution of relevant issues in areas adjacent to the Line of Actual Control (LAC) in the Western Sector,” he said.
Bagchi said, “In this meeting, both sides have agreed to maintain security and stability on the ground in the western sector. Both sides agreed to remain in close contact and maintain communication through military and diplomatic channels, as well as work for a mutually acceptable solution to the outstanding issues at the earliest.