India And China Hold Border Personnel Meeting, Troops Exchange Gifts At LAC


Just days after Indian prime minister Narendra Modi visited Wuhan to attend an informal summit with Chinese president Xi Jinping, the Indian and Chinese troops held a border personnel meeting (BPM) on Tuesday, May 1 at Chusul in Ladakh, Jammu and Kashmir.

On the occasion of Labor Day, the Indian and Chinese Army personnel also exchanged gifts at Wacha near Kibithu in Arunachal Pradesh in order to bring down the tensions along the Line of Actual Control (LAC) post the Doklam stand-off.

The army personnel from India and China agreed on maintaining peace and carrying out “coordinated patrols” along the border, Press Trust of India reported. Read More…

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