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News today : Indo-China border dispute, Both countries 'agree' to withdraw troops on Ladakh border

 Indo-China border dispute: Both countries 'agree' to withdraw troops on the Ladakh border

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India, China agree to resolve border dispute 'peacefully into,-China border dispute: China, India agree to withdraw troops on Ladakh border Chinese and Indian forces agree to withdraw thousands of troops stationed on the northern and southern shores of Lake Pangong Soo has taken. China's Defense Ministry announced on Wednesday that it had begun withdrawing troops from both sides.

Indian army says thwarts Chinese attempt to occupy hill, Chinese Defense Ministry spokesman Wu Qian said in a statement that the process of withdrawing troops from the front line has been underway since Wednesday, in line with the agreement reached during the ninth round of talks between the military commanders.

India, China Agree Not to Add Troops on Disputed Himalayan, No statement has been issued by the Indian Army so far but Defense Minister Rajnath Singh is expected to make a statement in Parliament today.

Sino-Indian border dispute - Wikipedia, Indian media quoted government officials as saying that talks were held between the ground level commanders on Tuesday, in which various aspects of the withdrawal of troops on both sides of the lake were considered under the agreement. Talks were also held on Wednesday

India-China Border Dispute: A Conflict Explained, Another Indian source was quoted as saying that the ground commanders had been asked to remove heavy artillery and tanks and locate them at another location. It may take two to three days to remove heavy artillery and tanks.

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Troops can only be withdrawn after three to four days, and the process is set at one week to ten days.

According to reports, the process of withdrawing troops will be phased out. In the first phase, heavy artillery, tanks, and missile launchers will be removed from the front, while the troops stationed on the front lines will remain in their positions and will retreat in later stages.

China, India agree to disengage troops at the disputed borderThousands of troops from both countries are stationed on the northern and southern shores of Lake Pangong Xu.

The move will help reduce border tensions and help restore peace and stability in the region as soon as possible, the Chinese newspaper Global Times quoted analyst Qianfeng as saying.

India, China close in on the plan to end months of border standoffQian writes that there has been a long standoff on the north shore of Pangong Xu because India was trying to get China to recognize its position on the region. That is why the recent talks have not progressed.

Ladakh border stand-off: China agrees to de-escalate, pullChinese Foreign Ministry spokesman Wang Wenben said in a statement that "it is hoped that India will fully comply with the agreement reached between the two countries so that the withdrawal of troops can begin amicably."

It is believed that the agreement to withdraw troops comes at a time when it was recently reported that China has recently installed additional heavy weapons at some places on Lake Pengongsu.

It should be noted that this entire region was previously with India which was occupied by China after a bloody clash last June and this area is the most important aspect of the conflict.

It is unclear to what extent the two countries have decided to withdraw troops from the region. India's retreat position is complex because its troops will have to retreat in their own territory.

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