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China admitted that the PLA started withdrawing from Ladakh, what did the dragon say after two years after leaving the obstinate attitude?

Beijing: The armies of India and China have started retreating amid the long-standing tension in Ladakh. On Friday, China confirmed that troops have started withdrawing from Petrol Point-15 (Gogra-Hotsprings) in eastern Ladakh. Dragon has said that the army’s withdrawal is conducive to peace along the India-China border. The move is likely to end the stand-off in the region for the last two years. China’s Defense Ministry in its statement has linked it to the 16th round of India-China Corps Commander-level military talks. The meeting took place in July at the Chushul-Moldo meeting point in Indian territory.

China’s Defense Ministry said in a statement on Friday, “As agreed in the 16th round of the China-India Corps Commander’s Meeting, Chinese and Indian troops in the area of ​​Jiangnan Daban began a coordinated and planned retreat on September 8.” Which is conducive to peace on the border. The Jiangnan Daban area mentioned by China in the statement is the patrolling point 15 in the Indian statement, which is called Gogra-Hosprings.

China admitted that it was withdrawing from the border.

The conversation took place after four months
The 16th round of meeting between the two armies was held in July after a gap of four months. A joint statement after the meeting said that both sides have agreed to maintain security and stability on the ground in the western region. However, interestingly, China had said in a media report in March that the soldiers of the People’s Liberation Army had withdrawn from the Hot Spring area, after which the question was raised from India’s side.

Decision to withdraw before SCO summit
The military is withdrawing almost a week ahead of the annual summit of the Shanghai Cooperation Organization (SCO) in Uzbekistan. The summit will be attended by Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Chinese President Xi Jinping. This will be the first time after the Galwan Valley violence that the leaders of both the countries will be under one roof. Although there is no information about whether the two leaders will have a bilateral meeting, but with the withdrawal of the forces, the hope of talks has increased.




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