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- India, China Likely To Hold Another WMCC Meeting Tomorrow, Discuss Disengagement Along LAC In Ladakh
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The WMCC meeting will be led by Joint Secretary level officials of India and China. (File photo)
- The 17th meeting of the WMCC was held last month between the two countries.
- China is not retreating from Finger Area, Depsang Plains and Gogra
India and China will meet again on Thursday to ease tensions on the border in eastern Ladakh. The meeting will be under the Working Mechanism for Consultation and Coordination (WMCC). There will be a meeting once again to withdraw the army from the border.
In the 17th meeting of the WMCC held last month, the two countries agreed to complete withdrawal of the army from the Line of Actual Control (LAC) under the agreement and protocol. The meeting also agreed on the need to restore peace along the border to take the relationship between the two countries forward.
Joint secretary level officers will lead
The meeting of the WMCC will be led by the Joint Secretary level officials of the two countries. Even after several military and diplomatic negotiations, China has not taken forward the process of repelling the army from Finger Area, Depsang Plains and Gogra. Chinese soldiers have been frozen at Finger for the past three months and have started strengthening their bases along with building bunkers there.
Earlier India had said that we sincerely hope that China will restore peace along the border with complete withdrawal of its forces from the LAC in eastern Ladakh.
India ready for long front
According to sources, the Indian Army is also estimated to have wrong intentions of China. Therefore, in this area, the Indian Army has also made complete preparations for a long time. Indian soldiers are watching the situation. They have adequate rations, special clothes required for the region, special Arctic tents and other essential equipment. Around 35 thousand Indian soldiers are currently deployed in Ladakh.
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