China pulls Galwan Valley troops from disengagement along the border
China pulls Galwan Valley troops from disengagement along the border. After weeks of tension and escalation across the Indo-China border. Hence, the People’s Liberation Army of China pulls back their troops from Galwan Valley.
China pulls Galwan Valley troops from disengagement along the border. But, after weeks of tension and escalation across the Indo-China border. Hence, the People’s Liberation Army of China pulls back their troops from Galwan Valley which is by 1 kilometre from the Galwan valley. Furthermore, this has happened six days after the agreement between the military commanders of both the countries to work on de-escalation on the Indo-China border.
As per the Times of India, the National Security Advisor of India, Ajit Doval convened a telephonic conversation on Sunday. Lest, the conversation concluded with an agreement towards disengagement of troops along the Line of Actual Control. “Both sides should complete the ongoing disengagement process. Along the LAC expeditiously”, said India’s Ministry of External Affairs in a statement.
Therefore, on June 15, India lost 20 of its soldiers which were in a deadly brawl in the Galwan valley. However, with the Chinese troops. Ever since that, India has launched a full blown combat against China. In every aspect possible including banning of the 59 Chinese apps or restricting Chinese investments into road infrastructures.
This disengagement is happening after three days of the Prime Minister’s surprise visit to Ladakh where he addressed the forces. “The age of expansionism is over and expansionist forces have either lost or were forced to turn back” said PM Modi in his address.
The spokesperson of the Chinese Foreign Ministry addressed the media on Monday. In his statement he said that “China and India have made progress. Coming up with effective measures for front line troops to disengage and de-escalate the border situation at the third commander level. Also, talks between two militaries on June 30”.
NDTV reported that the third level of talks. Between the army commanders of both the countries went on for 12 hours.