Talks between the Indian and Chinese military delegates to resolve the border dispute in Eastern Ladakh reportedly went on for around 12 hours on Tuesday.
The meeting which started at 10.30 am at Chushul ended at 11 pm on Tuesday night, according to reports.
India has reportedly put a strong message in the meeting that to China’s People’s Liberation Army troops have not aided by the disengagement consensus.
This is the third meeting between the two sides. The last two meetings at Corp Commander level were held on June 6 and June 22.
While Tuesday’s meeting was held in Chushul on the Indian side, the previous two took place in Moldo on the Chinese side.
All contentious areas during the current standoff were discussed to stabilise the situation, reports said.
China has agreed to move back in Pangong Tso but they did not. India claims Line of Actual Control at Finger 8 and Chinese are sitting between at Finger 4 and Finger 5. S
On June 15, 20 Indian Army soldiers were killed in a clash with the China’s People’s Liberation Army at Galwan valley in eastern Ladakh.