China has acknowledged four of its soldiers were killed during an Indian mountain border clash last year for first time
- The death of the 4 soldiers came as China and India fought in the Galwan Valley on June 15, 2020.
- China confirmed this for the first time in the PLA Daily for the first time.
- It relates to a shared 2,100 mile-long de facto border called the Line of Actual Control (LAC).
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China has acknowledged that four of its troops were killed during a mountain border clash with India last summer for the first time.
China confirmed this for the first time in its official military newspaper, the People’s Liberation Army Daily (PLA…