China has acknowledged the deaths of its troops in clashes with India-Read

BEIJING: China has admitted for the first time that four of its soldiers were killed in a clash with India in the Gulwan Valley last year.

In a tweet on the social networking site, China’s state-run newspaper said that Colonel Qi Fabau, who commanded the troops during a clash with Indian troops in June last year, had been seriously injured and had been awarded military honors.

Ladakh The number of Indian soldiers killed in the clash with China has risen to 20

It is pertinent to mention that last year there was a clash between Indian and Chinese troops on the Gulwan Valley in Ladakh in which 20 Indian soldiers were killed. However, at that time no statement was made by China regarding the deaths of its troops. The two countries have agreed on a five-point agenda to withdraw troops from the disputed border area and end border tensions.

Chinese state media said that China has given high honors to four soldiers who sacrificed their lives during the clashes with the Indian army. The troops include China Hong Jin, Chen Zhangrong, Xiao Xuan, and Wang Zhuoran.

In a tweet on the social networking site, China’s state-run newspaper said that Colonel Qi Fabau, who commanded the troops during a clash with Indian troops in June last year, had been seriously injured and had been awarded military honors.

Ladakh The number of Indian soldiers killed in the clash with China has risen to 20

It is pertinent to mention that last year there was a clash between Indian and Chinese troops on the Gulwan Valley in Ladakh in which 20 Indian soldiers were killed. However, at that time no statement was made by China regarding the deaths of its troops. The two countries have agreed on a five-point agenda to withdraw troops from the disputed border area and end border tensions.

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