China reportedly made a slight retreat at Galwan Valley, one of the flashpoint leading to standoff with India, in Ladakh region, in a bid to resolve the border tension between the two nations. The China's People's Liberation Army moved back two kilometres on Wednesday while the Indian Army has moved back by one kilometre. However, at another flashpoint Pangong Tso (lake), troops from both sides are stationed and are camping over there. This would be the main focus of the meeting on June 6 between top military officers of India and China. Indian Army Chief MM Naravane is confident enough that the standoff would be resolved at military-level talks.