India and China started the tenth round of Corps Commander talks on Saturday to work out an settlement on the following part of disengagement.
The talks started at Moldo on the Chinese language facet at 10 a.m., a defence official mentioned.
On Friday, the two sides completed disengagement and in addition restoration of the bottom on the north and south banks of Pangong Tso, as per the settlement reached within the ninth spherical of talks.
The opposite main friction factors are Gogra, Scorching Springs and Depsang Plains. The main focus of this spherical of talks is predicted to be on Gogra and Scorching Springs, the place partial disengagement was already accomplished in June-July final yr.
For disengagement at Pangong Tso lake, either side had labored out a step-by-step settlement.
A second official mentioned the same settlement could be labored out for the following rounds of disengagement after which de-escalation.
The Indian delegation is led by 14 Corps Commander Lt. Gen. P.G.Okay. Menon and consists of Naveen Srivastava, Joint Secretary, East Asia division, Ministry of Exterior Affairs.
Within the first official acknowledgement, China on Friday mentioned 4 of its personnel have been killed within the Galwan conflict final yr. China additionally launched a video of the incident.
Twenty Indian personnel have been killed in that conflict, together with Commanding Officer Col. Santhosh Babu, however China had not instantly revealed particulars of its casualties.