New Delhi and Beijing have completed the first phase of disengagement at north and south Pangong Tso and Indian troops have moved to depth areas. Military talks will now focus on disengagement at other friction points at LAC including Gogra, Hot Springs and Depsang.
In a related development, China for the first time revealed names and recognised the four PLA casualties in the June 15th Galwan Valley clash. This week, the Indian army had released pictures and footage of Chinese troops removing tents, troops and tanks from north and south Pangong Tso.
Going forward, can status quo ante as existed in April 2020 be achieved and what is the road ahead for India-China ties? To discuss this, CNBC-TV18's Parikshit Luthra spoke to Gautam Bambawale, former Indian envoy to China.
Also, watch Parikshit Luthra in conversation with Anthony Scaramucci, former director - White House Communications and founder of SkyBridge Capital who shared his views on key decisions taken by Joe Biden in his first month as US President.Watch the video for more.