The two countries agreed to avoid any new incident and to jointly work to preserve peace in the border areas, during the eleventh round of dialogue at the level of the Army Corps Commander, which was held in the town of Chushul in Ladakh.
Representatives from both sides stressed that ending the military withdrawal in various fields would pave the way for consideration of de-escalation of the forces and ensuring the full restoration of peace and calm, as well as the progress of bilateral relations.
The statement said that India and China also decided that it is important to be guided by the consensus of their leaders, to continue their contacts and dialogue, and to work towards a mutually acceptable solution to the remaining issues as soon as possible.
They also agreed to jointly maintain stability on the ground, avoid further accidents, and jointly maintain peace in the border areas.
On Friday, military talks between the two countries sought to ease tension in the so-called royal line of control that temporarily separates the two countries.
The two most populous countries on Earth with nuclear weapons have completed the withdrawal of troops and means of combat from the shores of Lake Panjung, as the last meeting focused on withdrawing from other friction points.
Tensions erupted in June 2020 after violent fist clashes between his soldiers in the Jalwan Valley in Ladakh, an event considered the worst clash in more than four decades on the bilateral border.
Both armies decided to return their forces to their positions before the start of the conflict that broke out in May of last year.
The foreign ministers of the two countries met last September in Moscow, on the sidelines of a ministerial meeting of the Shanghai Cooperation Organization, and agreed there to withdraw troops and restore peace in the region.
RC / APM
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