There was no breakthrough on the disengagement of troops from the friction points during the seventh round of talks on October 12.
Both sides had maintained that the talks were “positive and constructive”.
“The eighth round of military talks are likely to take place this week. The date is yet to be finalised,” said a source. A joint press statement by the two armies a day after the last round of talks said that both sides agreed to maintain dialogue and communication through military and diplomatic channels to arrive at a mutually acceptable solution for disengagement “as early as possible”.
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October 19 2020