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    India and China have completed the back of the troops from the part of Himalayas border in Dispute, a joint declaration issued by the Ministry of Indian Defense says.

    The clashes on the badly marked border led to the deaths of 24 troops last June.

    Both sides say they will work to cut tensions in other parts of the border, or real control line.

    China and India announced their intention to withdraw forces from the lake area on February 11, and the commanders met on Saturday to evaluate how the operation was operating.

    "The two sides positively appreciated the smooth correction of the completion of the first-line troops in the Pangong Lake area, noting that it was a significant step forward that provided a good basis for the resolution of others The remaining problems throughout the LAC in the west sector, "the Sunday's statement is said.

    Commanders celebrated nine rounds of conversations to reach this stage.

    The statement recognized that other parts of the border remained in tension and waited wanting to continue conversations.

    "The two parties agreed to follow the significant consensus of their state leaders, continue with their communication and dialogue, stabilize and control the situation in the field, press for a mutually acceptable resolution of the remaining problems in a place Stable and orderly manner, in order to maintain peace and tranquility in the border areas together ".

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    before the full break of the break Pangong Tso Lake, the troops on each side were placed on the northern coasts and south in the territory claimed on both sides.

    Months of tension has increased fears that the continuous deployment of thousands of troops in the Ladakh region and the Aksai managed by Chinese. The chin could lead to a scaling conflict.

    India and China have been blocked in a border dispute for decades and went to war in 1962. The border is 3,440 km (2,100 miles) long and poorly defined.

    Rivers, lakes and snow tampons along the border means that the line can change, bringing the face-to-face soldiers at many points, causing confrontation. However, the two countries have a long-standing agreement not to use weapons or explosives along the border.

    In January, troops on both sides are injured in a shock in the northeast in the state of Sikkim of India.

    Twenty Indian troops died in the June shock that was in the Galwan Valley. China admitted two days ago that four of their soldiers died at the meeting. The weapons used as reported included stones and clubs with nails.

    China said the incident involved "fistfighting". Media Captionros Atkins analyzes what happened on the border of India-China in June 2020

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