Top commanders of Indian and Chinese Armies on Saturday held talks to resolve the month-long standoff in eastern Ladakh. The talks between the two countries were held at Moldo on the Chinese side, which is opposite Chushul sector of Eastern Ladakh. The key agenda of the talks included restoring status quo in Ladakh to what it was in April 2020 and pulling out the armoured and artillery from the forward positions close to the Line of Actual Control. The big focus remained on the north bank of Pangong Tso Lake where the Chinese Army has attempted to change the status quo. Sources told news agency ANI that the Indian delegation led by 14 Corp Commander Lt General Harinder Singh is returning to Leh.