The essential assembly of the Working Mechanism for Consultation and Coordination on India-China border Affairs (WMCC) was held by way of video-conference at the moment. The Indian delegation was led by Joint Secretary (East Asia), whereas Director-General of the Department of Boundary and Oceanic Affairs of the Chinese Foreign Ministry led the opposite facet.
Both sides mentioned intimately the developments within the India-China border areas, particularly the state of affairs in Eastern Ladakh. The Indian facet conveyed its considerations on the current developments in Eastern Ladakh, together with on the violent face-off in Galway valley on June 15 that had resulted in casualties, an official launch from the Ministry of External Affairs mentioned. Twenty Indian Army personnel have been killed within the conflict.
In this regard, it was emphasised that both sides ought to strictly respect and observe the Line of Actual Control.
According to the discharge, the 2 sides recalled the dialog final week between External Affairs Minister and the Chinese State Councillor and Foreign Minister H.E. Wang Yi and reaffirmed that both sides ought to sincerely implement the understanding on disengagement and de-escalation that was reached by the Senior Commanders on sixth June.
“The two delegations agreed that implementation of this understanding expeditiously, in accordance with the bilateral agreements and protocols, would help ensure peace and tranquillity in border areas and development of broader relationship between two countries,” the ministry mentioned.
It mentioned that the 2 sides additionally agreed to maintain communication both at diplomatic and army stage together with underneath the framework of Working Mechanism for Consultation & Coordination on India-China Border Affairs to resolve the prevailing state of affairs peacefully it was emphasised that India-China ought to strictly respect and observe the road of precise management.