Indian and Chinese military commanders will hold another round of talks to finalise the disengagement process in Ladakh. The meeting will be held in Moldo on the Chinese side of the LAC. The key focus of the negotiations will be to finalise a framework for total disengagement of troops from friction points in a time bound manner. Both the countries have held a series of talks since the faceoff in Ladakh’s Galwan Valley on June 15, where India had lost 20 soldiers. A mutual consensus to disengage from all friction areas along the contested LAC was reached during a marathon meeting between senior Indian and Chinese commanders at Moldo in June.