China has acknowledged four of its soldiers were killed during an Indian mountain border clash last year for first time

China has acknowledged four of its soldiers were killed during an Indian mountain border clash last year for first time
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  • 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.

The death of the soldiers, the youngest of whom was 19, came as China and India fought in the Himalayan Galwan Valley in June in the deadliest confrontation between them for almost 46 years.

China confirmed this for the first time in its official military newspaper, the People’s Liberation Army Daily (PLA…



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