After a month-long freeze on Line of Actual Control (LAC) disengagement talks, Indian and Chinese diplomats decided to reconvene talks between border commanders "at an early date."
The officials also agreed that they must "ensure a stable ground situation and avoid any untoward incident" in the interim until they resolve the situation. The 13th round of border commander talks on October 10 ended with an acrimonious exchange between both sides.
This is the 9th round of WMCC (Working Mechanism for Consultation & Coordination on India-China Border Affairs) talks just in the last year since the Galwan incident in June 2020, showing the seriousness of the situation between the two militaries at present.
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