중국군이 분쟁중인 인도 국경에있는 캠프를 해체 한 새로운 위성 이미지

중국은 군대를 철수했습니다, 인도와의 분쟁중인 국경을 따라 인프라를 해체하고 캠프를 비 웠습니다., 새로운 위성 이미지에 따르면 — 양국이 상호 분리에 동의 한 지 불과 일주일 후.

Satellite images taken on January 30 by US-based Maxar Technologies showed a number of Chinese deployments along Pangong Tso, a strategically important lake that runs across the two nuclear powersde facto border, known as the Line of Actual Control (LAC). In new images taken on Tuesday, dozens of vehicles and building structures had been removed, leaving empty land.
China announced on February 10 that both countries had agreed to disengage along the south and north shores of the lake.

The Chinese have shown their sincerity of intent of purpose in carrying out the disengagement process,” Indian Lt. Gen. YK Joshi told CNN affiliate CNN-News18 on Thursday. “They have been doing it at a very rapid pace.
    Images and footage released by the Indian Army on February 10 showed excavator trucks and loaded convoys, Chinese soldiers dismantling tents and carrying bags out of camp, and People’s Liberation Army (PLA) tanks on the move.
    Wang Wenbin, a spokesperson for China’s Ministry of Foreign Affairs, said Beijing hoped India wouldwork with China to meet each other halfway.
    Indian Defense Minister Rajnath Singh told Parliament on February 11 that both sides wouldremove the forward deployment in a phased, coordinated and verified manner.

    The agreement was reached at a ninth round of talks between the two sides, which have been ongoing since a deadly clash between Indian and Chinese troops at the border last June.
    Under themutual and reciprocaldisengagement terms, China will maintain troops in the north bank area to the east of a deployment known as Finger 8, while Indian troops will maintain a permanent base near a deployment known as Finger 3, said Defense Minister Singh. Both sides will take asimilar actionin the south bank, 그는 덧붙였다.
    Any structures built by either side after April 2020 will be removed, and all military activities will temporarily halt on the north bank, including patrolling. Modifications to the land, like dugouts and trenches, will also be removed, according to Joshi.
    Once disengagement has been completed, senior commanders from both sides would meet within 48 hours to discuss remaining issues, Singh said.

    그만큼 2020 border clash

    India and China share a 2,100 mile-long (3,379-kilometer) border in the Himalayas, but both sides claim territory on either side of it.
    Pangong Tso, located some 14,000 피트 (4,267 미터) above sea level, spans an area stretching from the Indian territory of Ladakh to Chinese-controlled Tibet, in the greater Kashmir region where India, China and Pakistan all claim territory.
    에 1962, India and China went to war over this remote, inhospitable stretch of land, eventually establishing the LACbut the two countries do not agree on its precise location and both regularly accuse the other of overstepping it, or seeking to expand their territory. 그때부터, they have had a history of mostly non-lethal scuffles over the position of the border.

    But violence erupted last June when at least 20 Indian soldiers were killed during a hand-to-hand clash near Pangong Tso, marking the deadliest border conflict in more than 40 연령. China has never acknowledged any casualties from that incident.
    9 월, China and India agreed to stop sending more troops to the border, following an escalation in tensions between the countries. The situation was temporarily resolved, with the two sides engaging in several rounds of talks.
    The latest round of talks, which led to the agreement to disengage, came after the Indian Army said there was aminorface-off between Indian soldiers and China’s PLA near the border last month. It wasresolved by local commanders as per established protocols,” the Indian Army said in a statement, without providing detail on any injuries.
    Our aim is that there should be disengagement and stability at the LAC so that peace and tranquility can be established properly,” said Singh in his statement to Parliament. “We hope this will restore the situation to that existing prior to commencement of the standoff last year.
    But some experts argue that this disengagement alone does not restore the status quo, and that there are still unresolved points of friction between the two countries in other parts of the LAC.
      I don’t think we are going to go back to square one,” said Manoj Joshi of the Observer Research Foundation, 뉴 델리 기반 싱크 탱크. He added that there areother strategic pointsunder dispute like the Galwan Valley in Ladakh, and that China has continued to aggressively build up its presence along various parts of the border.
      This disengagement is limited to the Pangong area,” 그는 말했다. “But it is about what we see in other areas. There are other strategic pointsWe need to be cautious about how this plays out.

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