Patrolling Point (PP)-15's stand-off saw the ice broken. Both sides on Monday moved back their frontline troops to the rear from the face-off site of PP-15 in the Gogra-Hotsprings area in eastern Ladakh and dismantled temporary infrastructure there as part of a five-day disengagement process.
Most of the issues related to the PP-15 were resolved in the last military talks between the two sides.
The Chinese Foreign Minister's visit to Delhi is part of his South Asia tour, which took him to Kabul and Pakistan where he raked up the Jammu and Kashmir issue.
The 14th round of talks had taken place on January 12 and did not result in any significant headway in resolving the row in remaining friction points.
However, the Indian Army chief said that while there has been partial disengagement, the threat has by no means reduced.
The Chief of Army Staff also referred to upgradation and development of infrastructure along Northern borders, saying the initiative has been undertaken in a holistic and comprehensive manner.
Indian Air Force Chief Air Chief Marshal V.R. Chaudhari said on Saturday that complete disengagement at the Line of Actual Control with China has not taken place so the force continues to remain deployed at forward locations.
The CDS said that India-China border issues have to be seen in its totality, and not as issues about the Ladakh sector or northeastern states.
The officer said they have a robust conflict resolution management in terms of when required organising meeting between the two sides at different levels.
The Army said the Indian side pointed out that the situation along the LAC had been caused by "unilateral attempts" by the Chinese side to alter the status quo and in violation of bilateral agreements.
The disengagement process was carried out over two days i.e. August 4 and 5. The troops of both sides are now in their respective permanent bases.
General Naravane, who is on a two-day visit to Ladakh, along with several senior Army officials attended the unveiling of "Khadi national flag" that has been installed in Leh on the occasion of the 152nd birth anniversary of Mahatma Gandhi.
After the India-Australia 2+2 ministerial dialogue here on Saturday, Indian External Affairs Minister S. Jaishankar said: "QUAD is a platform where four countries have come to cooperate for their benefit and world's benefit."
Military delegates from India and China deliberated for almost nine hours to resolve the border crisis on Saturday at Moldo on the Chinese side in the Ladakh region.
Till now, apart from 11 round of Corps Commanders-level talks, the two forces have also held 10 Major Generals level, 55 Brigadiers-level talks and 1,450 calls over the hotlines.