On Wednesday, Major-Generals of India and China held a meeting to find the resolution of eastern-Ladakh border dispute. During this meeting, both countries decided to have multiple discussions over this issue. According to sources, India-China have decided to hold the meetings for next 10 days till they find a better solution to resolve the dispute. On June 6, 14 Corps Chief Lt. Gen. Harinder Singh and China’s Major Gen. Liu Lin held the first meeting at Moldo opposite Chushul(India). The next talk between the nations would be to find a solution on Patrolling Point 15(114 Brigade Area) and Patrolling Point 17(Hotspring Area).