The 11th round of talks between India and China (India-China) is likely to take place at a time when China’s growing uneasiness over the first summit of the Quad on March 12 is clearly visible.
India and China (symbolic photo)
India and China (India-China) have held 10 military talks so far to resolve border tensions that began in May last year on the 1,597-km Line of Actual Control (LAC) in eastern Ladakh. Now the 11th round of talks is likely to be held on 9 April. People familiar with the matter said on Tuesday that the 11th round of talks between the two countries on other confrontational issues, including hot springs, Gogra and Depsang, could be held on April 9. However, China’s reply on this matter is still awaited.
In this conversation, the Indian Army is also seeking a solution to the issue of patrolling made during the tension with the Chinese Army in 2013 in Depsang Bulg. The 10th round of talks between the Corps Commander-rank officers of the armies of the two countries, two days after the completion of the withdrawal of troops and weapons from the high altitudes of the northern and southern sides of Pangong Tso, both armies earlier Took place on 20 February. The meeting, which lasted nearly 16 hours, focused on furthering the withdrawal of troops from stale points such as Hot Springs, Gogra and Depsang in eastern Ladakh.
During the talks, India stressed on speeding up the withdrawal process from areas like Hot Springs, Gogra and Depsang to reduce tension in the region. India has been stressing that the withdrawal of troops from all deadlocked points is necessary to reduce tension in the region. Under the disengagement agreement, the two countries have pulled back their border troops, tanks, infantry combat vehicles and artillery guns, but the Air Force deployment of both is still ongoing.
Increased restlessness in China due to increasing mutualism in the Quad countries
The 11th round of talks between the two countries is going to take place at a time when China’s uneasiness about the first summit on March 12 (QUAD) is clearly visible. It is known that Quad is a group of four countries, which includes India, America, Australia and Japan. These four countries are the main economic powers of the world and on one thing, these four appear together, which is to stop the growing influence of China. The mutual understanding between these four countries has steadily increased in the last few times regarding regional security, in such a way, mutual cooperation between the quad countries is being considered very important.
At the same time, joint naval exercises in the Bay of Bengal on behalf of the Quad countries (Joint Naval Exercise) Has also been started. In addition to the quad countries, the French Navy also participated in this naval exercise in the Bay of Bengal on Monday. This naval exercise is being seen as a preparation to give a befitting reply to China. That is, China’s expansionary policies on behalf of the Quad (Expansionist policies) Is fully prepared to give a befitting reply.
How much will these events affect the 11th round of talks
In addition, a meeting between the US and China officials on March 18 also ended sharply, making it clear that the relationship between the US and China, even after the change in the White House, I am not going to get any improvement right now. However, officials say that it is not clear yet how much all these developments will affect the next round of military talks between India and China. He said that on the Gogra-Hot Springs issue, the Chinese army can either harden its stand or show softness. However, India is keeping a close watch on the entire 3,488 km long LAC.
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