Disengagement in a couple of days: India China agree at Gogra-Hotsprings

Relieving the stand-off at the border, the good news says India and China have finally agreed on disengagement at the border.

After a number of negotiations finally in the area of Gogra-Hot Springs the disengagement has been given green nod from both sides. Now being the September 12, 2022 deadline the army troops will complete the process in the next couple of days.

As per the Ministry of External Affairs the process has already kicked off on the 8th of September 2022. The official MEA statement has come to the fore after a day of the beginning.

Now the Indian and Chinese armies as per their announcement, have started to  disengage from the Gogra-Hotsprings. This is also known as the Patrolling Point 15, where the armies of India and China were stuck standing locked for around two years.

The significance of the development pertains to the annual summit of the Shanghai Cooperation Organisation (SCO) in Uzbekistan. PM Modi may be participating in the summit which is going to begin on 15th of September 2022. The two day SCO summit is too significant for China who may try to take of some global load with better relations with India.