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Updated on: September 23, 2020 11:58 IST

India, China agree to not send more troops to frontline

India-China border tension is continuing even after series of commander-level talks between both the armies, to discuss the five-point agenda that was decided between EAM S Jaishankar and his Chinese counterpart in Moscow, Russia. India in the past one month has foiled several attempts of China's unilaterally trying to change the status quo at the Line of Actual Control (LAC).

Meanwhile, the Indian Army has gained strategic advantage at as many as 20 friction points, also occupying heights at Finger 4 overlooking Chinese troops. However, at this point, both the armies are pilling up for long haul as the 'Winter is Coming'. India-China Corps Commander level talks were held on Tuesday (September 22) with little progress. The talks will continue to take place in future as India continues to push China to get back to April-May status, asking its troops to de-escalate at friction points.

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