Holding intense negotiations for about 11 hours, the Indian army categorically conveyed to China's PLA at the 5th round of military talks, that it will not compromise on India's territorial integrity. India clearly said disengagement of troops from Pangong Tso and a few other friction points in eastern Ladakh should be completed at the earliest, according to reports. Senior commanders of the two armies held intense negotiations on Sunday at a designated meeting point in Moldo on the Chinese side of the Line of Actual Control. Reports citing sources said, Army Chief Gen MM Naravane was given a detailed briefing about the talks on Monday morning which was subsequently followed by a discussion he held with senior military officials on the situation in eastern Ladakh. The Chinese army has pulled back from Galwan Valley and certain other areas but the withdrawal of troops has not moved forward from the Finger Four and Eight areas in Pangong Tso as demanded by India.