India-China to Resolve Border Standoff
India and China have involved in a proxy war as both of the nations are gathering resources in the common border region. For the past few days both of the countries arranged their troops are settling in by the border, showing each other strengths and capabilities.
India-China standoff that was looking to intensify into a full fledge war is looking like to be resolved in peace, at least for now. The top officials from both of the countries has agreed to solve the issue in peaceful manner in accordance with multiple bilateral agreements.
The meeting was held in Chusul-Moldo region of Indo-China border, on June 6, 2020 where top delegates of both the countries, Lt. General Harinder Singh, the general officer commanding the 14 Corps, and the Major General Liu Lin of Tibet Military District has resolved the matter.
After a shivering tension of trial weathering a proxy war between two continental giants, this historic summit had taken place to ease the tension and repel the growing fear of a full-blown war.
The standoff had begun over the disputed regions of Pangong Tso, Galwan Valley, Demchok and Daulat Beg Oldie, a total distance of 3488 km, covering the Line of Actual Control (LAC) between the borders of the two nations. As China started to ramp up their militia just a few clicks away from the border, Indian authorities decided to strong hold their bases by moving more soldiers, artillery guns, combat vehicles.
The main agenda for this still undisputed stand off was over a piece of road in a Finger area around Pangong Tso lake. The tensions rose further when 250 Indian and Chinese troops were engaged back in May 5 and 6.
Though the discussion is always done without weapons and in a wrapping of cordiality, there are lot of questions which are to be answered in due time. But for now, it seems that this meeting has somehow increased the chances of a peaceful agreement between the nations.