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Disengagement means of Indian, Chinese troops at LAC progressing ‘easily’, says Beijing – World News , Firstpost

China’s defence ministry added that the troops on the South and North banks of the Pangong Lake started ‘synchronised and organised’ disengagement on 10 Feb

Representational picture. AFP

Beijing: China on Thursday mentioned the disengagement means of the Chinese and Indian frontline troops on the jap Ladakh border was progressing easily and expressed hope that either side will make concerted efforts to realize the objective.

On 10 February, China’s defence ministry spokesman senior Colonel Wu Qian introduced that the Chinese and Indian frontline troops on the South and North banks of the Pangong Lake in jap Ladakh began synchronised and organised disengagement.

“To my knowledge, things are progressing smoothly in general. We hope both sides will continue to move towards each other, strictly comply with the consensus reached and agreements signed, and ensure the smooth completion of the disengagement process,” Foreign Ministry spokesperson Hua Chunying mentioned when requested how the disengagement course of is continuing.

“Based on the consensus reached by the Chinese and Indian sides in rounds of consultations through diplomatic and military channels, frontline troops of both sides in the Pangong Lake area started on 10 February to organise disengagement in a synchronised and planned manner,” she mentioned.

About the timeline of the disengagement of the troops, she mentioned, “I don’t have any at the moment and refer you to the military.”

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

The Indian Army on Tuesday launched quick movies and pictures displaying thinning down of troops and dismantling of bunkers, camps and different services by the Chinese navy within the areas across the Pangong lake in jap 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 buildings, and autos with troops and tools getting ready to retreat to rear bases as a part of the infantry disengagement.

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