China has surrendered to border conflict? Satellite photos show China withdrawing troops from Pangong Lake | International | 新头壳 Newtalk

From the front (left) and back (right) photos of the satellite, it can be seen that the Chinese People’s Liberation Army has moved away from the Pan Gongcuo area called Wuzhi, and the PLA camps and vehicles have been completely evacuated. Picture: Reversed from MAXAR TECHNOLOGIES

The Sino-Indian border conflict has erupted since June 15 last year. It is reported that 20 Indian soldiers were killed during the Sino-Indian conflict last year. The Chinese People’s Liberation Army only announced that a regiment commander was seriously injured and a battalion commander was injured in the past two days. And three soldiers were seriously injured and died, the message was 8 months late. However, according to the latest satellite imagery, it can be seen that China has withdrawn its troops from the border, and it is obvious that the border conflict between the two countries is tending to ease.

According to a satellite image taken by Maxar Technologies of the United States, the Chinese People’s Liberation Army was sending troops to deploy along the Pangong Tso route on January 30. Along the Pangong Tso line is a lake of very important strategic significance, which straddles the actual border of the two countries and is called the Line of Actual Control (LAC). In fact, China and India announced on February 10 that both countries agreed to withdraw their troops along the Pangong Tso. Now it can be seen from satellite photos that dozens of military vehicles and buildings have been demolished, leaving only a bare open space.

As of now, any buildings constructed by the two parties after April 2020 will be demolished. In addition, all military activities will be temporarily suspended, including military patrols. In the satellite image released by the Indian Army on February 10, it can be seen that the Chinese People’s Liberation Army has dismantled tents and carried luggage, and armored vehicles have also left the camp.

In response, Chinese Foreign Ministry spokesman Wang Wenbin said that Beijing hopes India can cooperate with China. India’s Defense Minister Rajnat Singh responded and will deploy forward in stages and after coordination.

However, according to the latest satellite imagery, it can be seen that China has withdrawn its troops from the border.

Actual Control Line (LAC)

China and India announced on February 10 that both countries agreed to withdraw their troops along Pangong Tso.

The Chinese People's Liberation Army moved away from the Pangong Cuo area known as the 6 fingers. Picture: Reversed from MAXAR TECHNOLOGIES

The Chinese People’s Liberation Army moved away from the Pangong Cuo area known as the 6 fingers. Picture: Reversed from MAXAR TECHNOLOGIES

The People's Liberation Army has moved away from the Pangong Cuo area known as 6 fingers. Picture: Reversed from MAXAR TECHNOLOGIES

The People’s Liberation Army has moved away from the Pangong Cuo area known as 6 fingers. Picture: Reversed from MAXAR TECHNOLOGIES

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