China changed its commander before holding talks with India on Ladakh


Bengali Hunt Desk: Commander-level talks between India and China to resolve a month-long dispute over the Ladakh border are set to begin by 9am on Saturday. The talks will take place in Moldo, on the Chinese border, next to Chushul in Ladakh. And before the talks, China changed its commander.

The Indian delegation will be led by Lieutenant General Harinder Singh, Commander, Leh's 14 Corps. Ten Indian Army officers are expected to attend the talks. In addition to the staff officers, there will be local commanders and interpreters among the ten. According to sources, India will demand the withdrawal of Chinese troops from Galwan base, Hot Spring and Finger 4 of Pyongyang Lake during the exercise. India is not ready to give up even an inch of land on the Pyongyang Lake issue.

The joint secretary level talks between the two countries took place on Friday before the commander level talks. The two countries have vowed not to turn their differences into disputes. And sensitive to each other, respecting thoughts and aspirations and agreeing to overcome the problem through dialogue.

In a video conference between Foreign Ministry Joint Secretary Naveen Srivastava and Chinese Foreign Ministry Director General Bu Jianghao, the two countries signaled a positive attitude towards reducing tensions.

In this regard, the Foreign Ministry said in a statement that on behalf of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, the leaders of the two countries agreed on the need for peaceful, stable and harmonious relations between India and China to stabilize the current global situation.