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India, China to hold 13th round of talks on LAC stand-off

 The military commanders from India and China are going to meet in the 13th round of the core command level to try and resolve the Ladakh standoff. The next talks will take place on July 31st.

  Even though the military situation has improved between the two sides, the Chinese people's liberation army has still deployed more than two, even though the military situation has improved between the two sides. So far, there has been. The troops are not in close proximity to gogura and Galvan because of the disengagement at Pangong. There are three points, but hot springs have not been disengaged. Sources have told more. The introduction of troops from forwarding locations would stop the agenda. Several lives were lost on both sides last year when soldiers of India and China clashed. It has been more than a year since the Chinese troops attacked the Galvan valley in Ladakh, but the two Asian joints are still at odds.

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