As per a recent tweet by the Press Trust of India, the Chinese and Indian militaries have arrived at a mutual decision to drainage from eastern Ladakh in Lt General-level talks held on Tuesday.
During the Lt General-level talks, the Indian and Chinese militaries have arrived at a mutual consensus to disengage from eastern Ladakh, news agency PTI cited sources as saying on Tuesday.
Last time when this level of talks were held on June 6, both India and China agreed to pull back troops in attempts to de-escalate after weeks of tension and build-up. After the meeting on June 6, disengagement began with China pulling back troops followed by the Indians.
However, on June 15, a fight broke out between the two sides that resulted in causalities on either side.
As many as 20 Indian soldiers were martyred after Chinese troops attacked them using nail-studded clubs, spiked rods, and stones. Army sources said 45 Chinese soldiers were killed or injured in the brawl along Galwan River.