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Pangong Lake: India and China complete pull-back of forces
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21 February 2021
On 21 February 2021 BBC News reported:
India and China have completed the pull-back of troops from part of their disputed Himalayan border, a joint statement issued by the Indian defence ministry says. ... Both sides say they will work to cut tensions on other parts of the border, or Line of Actual Control.
Global Good News service views this news as a sign of rising positivity in the field of world peace, documenting the growth of life-supporting, evolutionary trends.
... India and China have been locked in a border dispute for decades and went to war in 1962. The border is 3,440km (2,100 miles) long and ill-defined.
Rivers, lakes, and snowcaps along the frontier mean the line can shift, bringing soldiers face to face at many points, sparking confrontation. The two countries however have a long-standing agreement not to use guns or explosives along the border.
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