On June 6, senior military officials and diplomats from India and China entered the negotiations, which showed that both governments were willing to disengage and perhaps reached an agreement to ease tensions on the shared border between Latin America and China.
According to official news, there will be extensive dialogue between senior military officials of India and China, and recommendations will be made to end a month-long painful confrontation and force confrontation in eastern Ladakh.
Defence Minister Rajnath Singh emphasized that the situation in eastern Ladakh is different from the previous Dokram confrontation in view of China’s considerable presence on the borders between Latin America and the Caribbean. In Latin America and the Caribbean in eastern Ladakh, the problem stems from the difference in claims between the two parties. The two main areas where Indian and Chinese troops have reached an impasse in eastern Ladakh are Bangong Co and the Garwan River.
Lieutenant General Harold Singh, commander-in-chief of the 14th Army, served as commander-in-chief of military intelligence before taking over as important commander of Ladakh in 2019. discuss. Joshi visited Latin America for the second time after the outbreak of tension. According to the agreement, both armies should inform each other of any exercises near or to be held.
The efforts of the Indian military to hold talks with the Chinese military are aimed at finding a friendly way to end all ongoing military activities on the controversial route in Latin America and the Caribbean, especially in the “grey area”, the country’s military Power has increased significantly in the past few weeks.
Hope to break the LAC deadlock: what are the store’s recommendations?
Last week, several rounds of talks held by the colonel, the brigadier general and the generals failed to break the LAC deadlock, but will the serious discussions on June 6 bring China back to its pace?
The Defense Minister confirmed earlier last week that soldiers of the Chinese People’s Liberation Army “marched more than before”, this time making the “situation” different from the previous military deadlock. For a long time, the Indian and Chinese military forces have been engaged in frequent scuffles and confrontations due to disputes over the “claim line” in Latin America from “different viewpoints”. Singh emphasized that China needs to seriously consider this issue in order to fully resolve disputes through reaching friendly terms.
It is expected that the Indian side will put forward specific proposals during the talks on June 6 in order to alleviate the tension between Bangong, Galvan Valley and Denchok. No clues or internal details about the recommendations made by the Indian and Chinese military have been disclosed.
Details of the Latin American tensions brewing between China and India
At the beginning of last month, a large number of Chinese People’s Liberation Army invaded eastern Ladakh. This move was aimed at opposing India’s completion of the connecting roads and bridges near the north bank of Bangong Tso and the Garwan River after completing the 255-kilometer Dabei-Chaogu Building. -The Daulat Beg Oldie road, leading to the Depsang area and the Galwan valley, terminates near the Karakoram pass. It is claimed that the 3,488 km long LAC extension in eastern Ladakh is the reason for the India-China military confrontation.
More than 5,000 well-equipped artillery and armored vehicle PLA units gathered in the Chinese territory along the LAC, India defended, and claimed that it had deployed the 3rd Infantry Division (10,000 to 12,000 per division) in the Lec Soldiers entered the operational warning zone and several battalions (800 soldiers per team). The Chinese People’s Liberation Army and the Indian Air Force (including Sukhoi and Miraz in India) increased their flights in Latin America and the Caribbean.
The protrusions found on the 134-kilometer stretch of the north bank of Bangong Lake project like palm trees and are called “fingers.” The Chinese army is located in the disputed area between the third and fourth fingers. They dug out a moat-style building, surrounded by troops on all sides to prevent further invasion by the Indian military.
Doklam’s stalemate in 2017: Interpreting the differences
From June to August 2017, a 73-day Dokam confrontation occurred because China once again tried to extend the road on the Dokram Plateau southwards near the Dokala Pass. Indian troops entered to stop the Chinese from building roads. On June 18, 2017, as part of Operation Juniper, about 270 Indian troops armed with artillery and weapons crossed two border bulldozers into the Sikkim border into Dokram to prevent the Chinese army from building roads.
Although India did not advocate Dokram, it acted on behalf of Bhutan and the country maintained a “special relationship” with the country. Doklam is a controversial area between China and Bhutan, located near the third point with India. On August 28, 2017, both India and China announced that they had withdrawn all troops from the Doklam standoff.