Senior Corps Commanders of the Indian Army and Chinese People's Liberation Army will meet for the eleventh round of talks on Friday to further discuss the ways to resolve the border tensions in the remaining areas along the Line of Actual Control in eastern Ladakh. 

Confirming the development, a senior Army officer said, "The talks will be held in the Chushul sector on the Indian side."

In their first disengagement process, the troops from both sides had disengaged from the north and south banks of Pangong Tso in February.

The troops were in an eyeball-to-eyeball situation in these areas. 

The next round of talks would be focused on further negotiations for disengagement at the remaining friction points, including Hot Springs, Gogra, Depsang and Demchock. 

"To reach a mutually acceptable solution for complete disengagement from all friction points at the earliest, India and China have agreed to continue their dialogue. This would enable two sides to look at broader de-escalation of troops in the area and work towards the restoration of peace and tranquillity in the border areas. They also agreed that in the interim two sides should continue to maintain stability at ground level and prevent any untoward incident," the MEA had said earlier.

The last corps commander-level talks between the two countries were held in Moldo on the Chinese side. 

The Indian side will be led by Leh-based 14 Corps commander Lt Gen PGK Menon.