China—Chinese, Indian Military Commanders Agree To Disengagement On Disputed Border

South China Morning Post | 07/02/2020

Military commanders from China and India have agreed to withdraw front line troops along the disputed border between India-administered Kashmir and Tibet, reports the South China Morning Post. On Tuesday, Maj. Gen. Liu Lin, the commander of China's South Xinjiang military region, and Lt. Gen. Harinder Singh, the head of India's 14 Corps in Leh, met in Chushul on the Indian side of the border for nearly 12 hours, reported the Times of India. On Thursday, the state-run Global Times reported...

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