In India, announced the agreement with China for settlement in Ladakh
India and China agreed to resolve the situation on line of actual control in the Ladakh region by peaceful means, will continue dialogue on the military and diplomatic levels, reads the statement of the Indian Ministry of foreign Affairs on the results of the past on the eve of military talks between the two countries.
In late may, India and China were transferred to Ladakh line of actual control, which replaces the border between the two countries, a number of units after military clashes in the area highland lakes-Pangong TSO, may 5-6. As reported by the Indian media, strengthening the contingent of each of the parties began after the Chinese military put a few tents by the river Galvan and began construction work.
The Indian commander of the 14th corps, General-Lieutenant Harinder Singh discussed the situation with the commander of the South Xinjiang military district major General people's liberation army of China, Liu Lin.
"The sixth of June 2020 in the area of Chushul Moldova took place the meeting between the commander of the corps in (city), Leh and the Chinese commander. The meeting took place in a warm and positive atmosphere. Both sides agreed to peacefully resolve the situation in the border areas in accordance with the various bilateral agreements and in view of the agreement between the leaders (of countries) that peace and tranquility in the border areas of India and China are important for the overall development of bilateral relations", - said in a statement the foreign Ministry of India.
Both sides will continue military and diplomatic contacts to resolve the situation and ensure peace and tranquility in the border areas, added the Minister.
Between China and India has a long-standing territorial dispute about the ownership of the plot of the mountainous area in the North of Kashmir, and almost 60 thousand square kilometres in the North-Eastern state of Arunachal Pradesh. The line of actual control passes into the region of Ladakh. In the fall of 1962, the dispute escalated into a border war. In 1993 and 1996, China and India signed the agreement on maintaining peace in the disputed areas.
The most serious in recent years, the confrontation between the two countries occurred in the summer of 2017, when the workers from China started laying a highway through the disputed plateau Declam - mountain area at the convergence of the borders of China, India and Bhutan. Then the government of Bhutan expressed its protest, which was ignored by the Chinese side. After that intervened in the case of India: its soldiers crossed the border and after a short struggle drove from the plateau of the military of the PRC. A few months later, after a series of consultations of the foreign Ministry of India and China announced an agreement for the breeding of forces in Docume.