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India and China agree to truce, while US looks to bolster 'Quad'

Analysts in Washington call for four-party framework to keep Beijing at bay

The governments of Chinese President Xi Jinping and Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi have agreed to a truce in the Himalayan borders.   © Kyodo

NEW DELHI/NEW YORK -- India and China on Tuesday agreed to disengage from a tense standoff in eastern Ladakh along a disputed Himalayan border, where 20 Indian soldiers were killed in violent clashes with the Chinese side on June 15.

The consensus was reached after talks were held between top commanders on Monday at Moldo on the Chinese side of the 3,500-km Line of Actual Control between the two nuclear-armed countries.

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