India and China on July 5 decided to mutually disengage from the several friction points along the Line of Actual Control in eastern Ladakh

New Delhi: As Chinese troops refusing to vacate from Finger areas, Depsang, and Gogra, the meeting of the Working Mechanism for Consultation and Coordination on India-China Border Affairs (WMCC) is expected to take place on August 20.

Besides officials from the ministry of external affairs, defence ministry, home ministry, military and ITBP officers will also take part in the crucial meeting that would be held via video conference owing to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Giving details of the expected meeting, Times Now’s Srinjoy Chowdhury, said that New Delhi has categorically stated to Beijing that if the border issues are to be solved then Chinese troops have to vacate the territories (Despang, Pangong) where they are camping. He further reported that before May, the Chinese were at Finger 8 and they moved to Finger 4 and later moved to Finger 5. India has made it clear that the Chinese would have to go back to Finger 8. This is is the position that the Indian delegation will press upon during the meeting. The PLA troops have moved back from Galwan Valley and Hot Springs area.

Meanwhile, China on Monday said that it will continue to work with India to properly manage differences. 

"China will continue to work with India to enhance political mutual trust, properly manage differences, strengthen practical cooperation and jointly uphold the big picture of bilateral relations," Chinese Foreign Ministry Spokesperson Zhao Lijian said.