The tension between India and China in eastern Ladakh is expected to end with the ongoing tension on the border from May before Diwali. The forces of the two countries have agreed to repel the troops in the Finger area on the Ladakh border. The retreat of the troops will be completed in a phased manner.
Its plan to retreat was discussed at the Corps Commander-level talks between the two countries held in Chushul on November 6 to reduce tensions at the border. The armies of the two countries have agreed to retreat from parts of the eastern Ladakh sector, under which they will return to locations of April-May this year.
India and China have also agreed on a joint mechanism to see progress in the withdrawal process along the border. Under this, there will be representative meetings between the two countries and the process of retreat using unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs) will be investigated.