India, China can collectively safeguard peace and tranquility in border areas: Chinese FM

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New Delhi: As the commander-level talks between India and China to ease tensions alongside the Line of Actual Control (LAC) in jap Ladakh concluded on Tuesday, Chinese Foreign Ministry mentioned the talks would assist in easing the border scenario.China’s official newspaper Global Times shared this on social media and tweeted, “#Chinese and #Indian border troops held the 4th commander-level talks on Tue, which achieved progress in pushing forward disengagement of frontline border troops from both countries and easing border situation: Chinese FM” 
#Chinese and #Indian border troops held the 4th commander-level talks on Tue, which achieved progress in pushing ahead disengagement of frontline border troops from each international locations and easing border scenario: Chinese FM pic.twitter.com/mTKdA8JQNA
— Global Times (@globaltimesnews) July 15, 2020
Global Times additionally quoted the Chinese Foreign Ministry on Wednesday as saying “The border troops of China and India held their fourth commander-level talks on Tuesday, with the two sides making positive progress in further disengaging the frontline troops in the western section of the border.”
The assertion was made by Hua Chunying, spokesperson of the Chinese Foreign Ministry, at Wednesday’s media briefing. 
Hua reportedly mentioned the talks additionally helped to ease the border scenario and added “We hope that India can work with China to implement the consensus reached by the two sides with concrete actions and jointly safeguard peace and tranquility in the border areas.”
During the course of the extreme and complicated negotiations between senior commanders of the 2 armies that lasted nearly 15 hours, the Indian delegation apprised the Chinese People’s Liberation Army concerning the “red lines” and conveyed that the onus was largely on China to enhance the general scenario within the area, authorities sources advised PTI in New Delhi.
The Indian delegation was led by Lt Gen Harinder Singh, the commander of the Leh-based 14 Corps, whereas the Chinese aspect was headed by the commander of the South Xinjiang army area Maj Gen Liu Lin.
The Lt General-level talks happened days after implementation of the primary part of the disengagement course of from the friction factors.
Notably, the PLA has already accomplished pulling again troops from Gogra, Hot Springs, and Galwan Valley and considerably thinned down its presence within the ridgeline of Finger Four within the Pangong Tso space within the final one week.
The armies of India and China have been locked in a bitter standoff in a number of places in jap Ladakh since May 5. This rigidity additional escalated after the violent clashes in Galwan Valley wherein 20 Indian Army personnel have been martyred.

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