After the 11th round of military talks, Indian Army said that both sides held deliberation on disengagement of troops at remaining friction points & agreed to avoid new incidents.
Army sources said that the two countries discussed disengagement from remaining friction points, including Gogra heights, Hot Springs and Depsang Plains in the 11th round of talks.
External affairs ministry says incident has been raised through diplomatic channels with US. Ex-Navy chief Admiral Arun Prakash says US violated India's rules but not international law.
Army chief General M.M. Naravane arrived in Dhaka Thursday on a 5-day visit to further strengthen the ties between Indian and Bangladeshi armed forces.
Amid reports about the likelihood of 11th round of corps commander-level talks, China said India's proposal for restoration of status quo at eastern Ladakh could be discussed.
The Army chief will meet the 3 service chiefs of Bangladesh and the foreign minister during the visit, which the Army said will act as a 'catalyst for coordination on strategic issues'.
Since last year, India & China have completed disengagement at Galwan Valley, where a clash left 20 Indian soldiers dead in June, and Pangong Tso, the latter executed earlier this year.
Draft cabinet note based on ministry’s comments is undergoing inter-ministerial consultations, but Department of Military Affairs had said selling land alone wouldn’t be enough.
Gen Bipin Rawat said India is facing multiple security threats and challenges, and asserted that the country will have to develop capabilities to deal with such challenges
From having 3 deputy chiefs to DG Rashtriya Rifles being moved out to Northern Command as ADG, many key changes have taken place at the Army HQ over the last one year.