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LAC row: India, China to hold 12th rounds of Corps Commander-level talks tomorrow

The talks are likely to focus on resolving the ongoing dispute over Gogra Heights, CNC Junction and Depsong Plains.

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The 12th round meeting of the core commander level talks between India and China will be held on Saturday on the Moldo border point on the Chinese side of the Line of Actual Control (LAC) in eastern Ladakh. This proposal for this meeting has come from China. There is a possibility that after the meetings, the army can retreat from some places.

In order to resolve the boundary dispute between India and China in East Ladakh, the meeting in Moldo will start at 10:30 am on Saturday morning.

It is being said that during the military dialogue, the main purpose of the conversation between the two countries will be on resolving the ongoing dispute over Gogra Heights, CNC Junction and Depsong Plains. After the meeting, the soldiers are likely to progress on retreat. Apart from this, the return of the armies will be reviewed. At the same time, reduction of tensions in the valley may also be discussed.

In order to resolve the boundary dispute between India and China last year, 11 meetings of the Core Commander Level have already been done. But after both sides declined to budge from their stand, the talks couldn't find any solution, and this issue has not yet been solved. However, now the two countries have once again decided to resolve the dispute through the conversation.

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