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Indian and Chinese troops start disengagement at Pangong Tso; experts discuss

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The Chinese PLA have withdrawn over 200 tanks and have started removing troops from south Pangong region. Defence minister Rajnath Singh told parliament on Thursday that Indian and Chinese troops have reached an agreement on disengagement.

After 9 months of confrontation in Eastern Ladakh, Indian and Chinese troops have agreed to disengage from north and south of Pangong Tso.
The Chinese PLA have withdrawn over 200 tanks and have started removing troops from south Pangong region.
Defence minister Rajnath Singh told parliament on Thursday that Indian and Chinese troops have reached an agreement on disengagement.
The defence minister also said that both sides will work towards restoring status quo ante all along the 1,597 kilometre LAC in Ladakh.
The US state department has said, it welcomes attempts to de-escalate tensions and will continue to closely monitor the situation at the India-China border.
To discuss this, Parikshit Luthra spoke to Ananth Krishnan, China correspondent at The Hindu, and M Taylor Fravel, director of security studies at MIT.
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