Chinese and Indian troops started disengaging from the Gogra-Hotspring area in Ladakh after 2 years 

Beijing (China) – For the past two years, tensions have existed between the Chinese and Indian armies in Ladakh. In response to China’s deployment of troops along the Line of Actual Control (LAC), India also deployed troops. During this time, commander-level meetings were taking place between the two armies. Chinese troops started disengaging from Patrol Point-15 (in Gogra-Hotsprings) after the 16th meeting when they agreed to withdraw from the LAC. The Indian army has also begun withdrawing its troops. China said the withdrawal of troops is conducive to peace on the India-China border.

The Shanghai Summit will be held in Uzbekistan next month. Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Chinese President Xi Jinping will participate in it. Both of them are likely to meet here. The army is being disengaged prior to it.

Editorial viewpoint

Although China is withdrawing its army from the Indian border, India needs to be alert as China cannot be trusted.

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