India and China have agreed on Tuesday not to send more troops to the border that both countries share along the Himalayas and which has been the scene of tension between the two powers in recent months.
In a statement from the Indian Ministry of Foreign Affairs, the Executive of this country has indicated that last Monday various commanders of both armies they met to share impressions on the stabilization of the situation in the area.
Among the agreed measures, is found strengthen communication, refrain from carrying out unilateral actions on the ground or of any other type that may complicate the situation in the area.
In addition, both countries have agreed to hold new meetings that will be led by officers of a higher military rank than those that have been held to date.
The border between China and India in the Himalayan mountain range It has suffered an escalation of tension this year that has led to gunfire between forces on both sides for the first time in decades.
In mid-June, the Indian army reported a score of deaths in these clashes.