KD NEWS SERVICE
NEW DELHI, June 18: The Major-General talks between India and China resumed earlier today but remained inconclusive in the First Round for the second consecutive day.
The talks were being held in the area where clashes between Indian and Chinese troops broke out leaving 20 soldiers, including a colonel dead on the Indian side while China did not reveal the number of casualties on their side.
On Wednesday too the talks between Major Generals of India and China in the Galwan valley in Ladakh had remained inconclusive.
“Talks between Major Generals of India and China in the Galwan valley are over. The talks have remained inconclusive as no immediate disengagement or change in the ground has taken place. More talks to take place in the coming days,” ANI reported citing sources.
In a telephonic conversation held between the Foreign Ministers of both the countries, both the ministers had agreed to “cool down” tensions on the ground “as soon as possible,” the WEEK magazine reported.
The talks were being held to simmer down the rising tensions between the two countries but no immediate disengagement or change on the ground has taken place.
Prime Minister of India Narendra Modi, in his first remarks on the Monday night clash, said “India will not compromise with its integrity and sovereignty and will firmly defend its self-respect and every inch of land.”