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China Says Disengagement of Chinese, Indian Troops in Eastern Ladakh Going on Smoothly

Indian and Chinese troops and tanks disengage from the banks of Pangong lake space in Eastern Ladakh the place that they had been deployed reverse one another for nearly ten months now. (PTI Photo)

After 9 months of border standoff in japanese Ladakh, the 2 armies reached an settlement on disengagement within the North and South banks of Pangong lake that mandates each side to stop ahead deployment of troops in a “phased, coordinated and verifiable” method.

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  • Last Updated: February 18, 2021, 16:25 IST
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China on Thursday mentioned the disengagement means of the Chinese and Indian frontline troops on the japanese Ladakh border was progressing easily and expressed hope that each side will make concerted efforts to realize the objective. On February 10, China’s Defence Ministry spokesman Senior Colonel Wu Qian in a short press launch introduced that the Chinese and Indian frontline troops on the South and North banks of the Pangong lake in japanese Ladakh began synchronised and organised disengagement.

“The relevant process is smooth on the whole. We hope that the two sides will work in concerted efforts to achieve the goal,” Chinese Foreign Ministry spokesperson Hua Chunying mentioned on Thursday when requested how the disengagement course of is continuing. “According to the consensus of our multi-round negotiations, the frontline troops have started disengagement in a synchronised and organised way on both sides,” Hua mentioned.

“We hope the two sides will continue to observe our consensus as well as our agreements to ensure the smooth completion of the whole disengagement process,” she mentioned. About the timeline of the disengagement of the troops, she mentioned, “I’m not aware of the specifics. You may ask the military”.

After 9 months of border standoff in japanese Ladakh, the 2 armies reached an settlement on disengagement within the North and South banks of Pangong lake that mandates each side to stop ahead deployment of troops in a “phased, coordinated and verifiable” method. The Indian Army on Tuesday launched quick movies and pictures exhibiting thinning down of troops and dismantling of bunkers, camps and different services by the Chinese army within the areas across the Pangong lake in japanese Ladakh in keeping with the agreed disengagement course of between the 2 sides.

The visuals additionally confirmed the Chinese People’s Liberation Army (PLA) utilizing a bulldozer to flatten some constructions, and automobiles with troops and gear getting ready to retreat to rear bases as a part of the infantry disengagement.

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