The second round of Major General level talks between the two countries on Thursday on the issue of violent skirmishes between Indian and Chinese soldiers in eastern Ladakh was also inconclusive. Sources gave this information According to sources, talks between Major General rank officials of India and China ended today but both sides could not reach any conclusion. Earlier, the first round of talks between the two countries ended on Wednesday without any result. This conversation is taking place in the same area where there was a violent clash between Indian and Chinese soldiers on Monday night. In this clash, 20 soldiers, including a colonel, lost their lives to India. According to reports, about 45 soldiers from China also died in the conversation. There are no signs. The region is close to the Line of Actual Control (LAC) between India and China in eastern Ladakh.
On Wednesday, the foreign ministers of India and China spoke on the phone on the issue of violent clash. In this conversation, Foreign Minister S Jaishankar told his Chinese counterpart Wang Yi that 'Chinese troops acted as planned and planned which directly led to violent clashes between the Indian and Chinese soldiers in the Galvan valley of Ladakh. '
The Foreign Minister said that this incident would severely impact the bilateral relations of the two countries and China needs to re-evaluate its action and take corrective action. The two leaders agreed to work the tension and said "neither side will take any action to escalate the case and instead, will ensure peace according to bilateral agreements and protocol".