A day after Indian & Chinese military commanders held the sixth round of talks to resolve the military standoff in Ladakh, the two sides on September 22 said they have agreed to “stop sending more troops to the frontline, and refrain from unilaterally changing the situation on the ground”. In a joint statement issued on September 22, India and China said they have agreed to “earnestly implement the important consensus reached by the leaders of the two countries”. More than a week after Indian and Chinese foreign ministers reached an agreement in Moscow on a five-point approach to resolve the standoff, the sixth round of the Corps Commander-level talks were held on September 21. The meeting was held at Moldo, the border meeting point on the Chinese side near Chushul. The two sides had a “candid and in-depth exchanges of views on stabilizing the situation along the LAC in the India – China border areas,” the statement read. Both countries have also agreed to hold the 7th round of Military Commander-Level Meeting “as soon as possible”. Since mid-July, talks have not made much headway with the Chinese reluctant to complete the disengagement process, especially on the north bank of Pangong Tso where they continue to occupy the ridgeline at Finger 4. Watch the video to know more.