#GalwanValley : Disengagement Takes Place, India,China Pull Back Troops 1-2 Kms Away From Clash Site At LAC

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The Chinese army has moved back tents, vehicles and troops by 1-2 kilometres from locations where disengagement was agreed upon at Corps Commander-level talks, Indian Army sources said .

According to a report by CNN-IBN, in the first signs of the military dialogue for disengagement which is showing results, Chinese and Indian troops have pulled back from three friction sites at the Line of Actual Control, including the site of the June 15 violent clashes at Galwan Valley in eastern Ladakh, sources said .

Meanwhile, China has confirmed disengagement in LAC, China & India have made progress coming up with effective measures for frontline troops to disengage & deescalate the border situation at the 3rd commander-level talks between the two militaries on June 30, China’s Global Times quoted Chinese Foreign Ministry Spox Zhao Lijian as saying.

Chinese heavy armoured vehicles are still present in the depth areas in the Galwan river area. The Indian Army is monitoring the situation with caution, army sources informed.

The third round of Corps Commander-level meeting between armies of India and China went on for 12 hours, said army sources on July 1. The first two rounds had taken place in Moldo on the Chinese side of the Line of Actual Control.

In the second round of Corps Commander-level talks held on June 22, both sides reached a mutual consensus to disengage in the Eastern Ladakh sector, Army sources said.

The military commanders from both countries had met initially on June 6 and agreed to disengage at multiple locations. India had asked the Chinese side to return to pre-May 4 military positions along the LAC.

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