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Indo-China border talks from today

By The Assam Tribune

BEIJING/NEW DELHI, March 22 � India and China will hold the 18th round of border talks in Delhi from tomorrow � the first round of negotiations after Prime Minister Narendra Modi came to power last year � where the two sides are expected to focus on clarification of the Line of Actual Control (LAC), reports PTI.

Special Representative on the Boundary Question and National Security Advisor Ajit Doval would hold talks with his Chinese counterpart and State Councillor Yang Jiechi amid hopes to clinch a solution to the vexed boundary issue under the strong leadership in both the countries.

Yang will visit India on March 22-24 to hold the 18th meeting of the Special Representatives at the invitation of Doval, the Ministry of External Affairs said in a statement.

The talks are taking place in the backdrop of candid discussions between Modi and Chinese President Xi Jinping during the latter�s visit to Delhi in September last year.

The high-profile visit was overshadowed by the intrusion of Chinese troops at Chumar in Ladakh region. It was resolved after simultaneous withdrawal by both sides after Xi�s visit.

The incident prompted Modi to suggest to Xi that �clarification of LAC� would greatly contribute efforts to maintain peace and tranquillity at the border, where troops from both sides often assert their claims and counter-claims.

Xi had said there might be incidents like Chumar as the border is yet to be demarcated.

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Indo-China border talks from today

BEIJING/NEW DELHI, March 22 � India and China will hold the 18th round of border talks in Delhi from tomorrow � the first round of negotiations after Prime Minister Narendra Modi came to power last year � where the two sides are expected to focus on clarification of the Line of Actual Control (LAC), reports PTI.

Special Representative on the Boundary Question and National Security Advisor Ajit Doval would hold talks with his Chinese counterpart and State Councillor Yang Jiechi amid hopes to clinch a solution to the vexed boundary issue under the strong leadership in both the countries.

Yang will visit India on March 22-24 to hold the 18th meeting of the Special Representatives at the invitation of Doval, the Ministry of External Affairs said in a statement.

The talks are taking place in the backdrop of candid discussions between Modi and Chinese President Xi Jinping during the latter�s visit to Delhi in September last year.

The high-profile visit was overshadowed by the intrusion of Chinese troops at Chumar in Ladakh region. It was resolved after simultaneous withdrawal by both sides after Xi�s visit.

The incident prompted Modi to suggest to Xi that �clarification of LAC� would greatly contribute efforts to maintain peace and tranquillity at the border, where troops from both sides often assert their claims and counter-claims.

Xi had said there might be incidents like Chumar as the border is yet to be demarcated.