Ladakh standoff: India, China agree to restart Galwan, Hot Springs pullback
Wednesday, 1 July 2020
India and China have broadly agreed to restart the gradual and verifiable troop disengagement from ‘friction points’ in Galwan Valley and Gogra-Hot Springs areas of eastern Ladakh. However, there has been no breakthrough as yet in defusing the major troop confrontation at Pangong Tso, where PLA soldiers have built a large number of fortifications as well as taken dominating heights.
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