The senior military-level talks will be held today following the Galvan Valley India and China

India and China will hold a meeting of senior army officials on Monday to discuss the ongoing standoff between border forces in Ladakh, which killed 20 Indian soldiers in a violent clash with Chinese forces in the region's Galvan Valley later this week. Var.

On June 15, 20 Indian Army personnel, including the commanding officer of the People's Liberation Army (PLA) in China, were killed.

Earlier, Lieutenant General Harinder Singh, commander of 14 Corps, along with other officials, had met with their Chinese counterparts in a series of previous meetings on June 6.

Major General Lin Liu, commander of the South Xinjiang Military Division Corps, represented the delegation.

In May, tensions with the LAC escalated following violent clashes between hundreds of Indian and Chinese soldiers in the Sikkim and Ladakh sectors.

Army officials on either side of the conflict border held several meetings but were unable to pull off the deadlock.

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