Senior Indian and Chinese commanders are expected to meet for a fourth meeting this week along the Line of Actual Control (LAC) in eastern Ladakh, officials said.
The officials further informed that both sides are working on finalising the date.
“The military-level talks between corps commander-ranked officers are expected to focus on the critical Finger Area and the strategic Depsang plains,” reported Hindustan Times.
“The next phase of the complex disengagement process is expected to begin after the fourth round of talks,” the report added.
It may be mentioned here that the previous military-level talks set the stage for disengagement in Galwan Valley, Hot Springs and Gogra.
The Indian and Chinese armies in the previous meeting had stressed the need for an expeditious, phased and step-wise de-escalation of the ongoing border conflict.