Ladakh Standoff: India, China hold 3rd round of talks 

Ladakh Standoff: India, China hold 3rd round of talks 


Srinagar, June 30:
 The third round of talks between India and China were held at Indian side of Moldo- Chushul border post.
According to KINS the Commander level Army officers of India and China held discussions to ease the tensions on the border issues of Eastern Ladakh region.
Sources said that talks began at 10:30 Tuesday Morning at Chushul post. “The Indian side Army delegation was led by GoC, Fire and Fury Lt Genl Harinder Singh while the  Peoples Liberation Army was represented by South Xinjiang Military Division’s  Major General Lin Lui,” sources maintained.
The commanders met for the second time after the Galwan stand-off on 15 June.
On 22nd of June, the two sides arrived at a mutual consensus to disengage from all the friction points along the Line of Actual Control in Eastern Ladakh.
Sources said that both sides deliberated on the implementation of the decisions arrived in their first meeting on 6th of June.