Mumbai: Following the ongoing tensions between India and China on the borders, Army Chief General MM Naravane on Saturday assured that the entire situation on our borders with China is under control.
The army chief said, “I would like to assure everyone that the entire situation on our borders with China is under control. We are having a series of talks which started with a Corps Commander and has been followed up with meetings at the local level between Commanders of equivalent ranks.”
“As a result, there has been a lot of disintegration and we are hopeful that through the negotiations we continue, all perceived differences that we (India and China) have will be set to rest… Everything is under control,” he added.
The major general-level talks between Indian and Chinese armies took place on Friday to discuss the ongoing dispute in eastern Ladakh.
Army sources said that India-China will hold several talks at various levels.
Military commander-level talks were held in Moldo on June 6 between Chief of the 14 Corps Lieutenant General Harinder Singh and Chinese Maj Gen Liu Lin at Moldo opposite Chushul.
After the first round of negotiations, the Chinese and Indian forces moved back from their stand-off positions at Galwan Nala, PP-15, and Hot Springs, displaced by a distance of 2–2.5 km.