15th round of talks between India and China on March 11, will the tension on the border decrease?

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new Delhi: India and China (India-China Standoff) will once again hold corps commander level talks to reduce tension. This conversation will take place on March 11 at Chushul Moldo meeting of India. Significantly, the 14th round of talks between the two countries on January 14 had failed. In this meeting, India had insisted on a complete withdrawal of troops in Hot Spring, Despang and Demchok areas. For India-China (15th Round India-China Talks) both sides agree. Significantly, after the clash in Galwan Valley, tension between India and China is at its peak. No significant progress has been made in the talks between the two countries so far. Thousands of soldiers are still being deployed on the border. India has increased strictness on the border to monitor every move of China. Many heavy weapons and paraphernalia are deployed along the border. However, the way the military commanders of both the countries have agreed to negotiate again, some positive results are expected.

[Attribution to NBT]

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