source: newstracklive.com

Beijing: China said for the first time on Friday (February 19) that five Chinese military officers and soldiers were killed in last year’s Galwan Valley clash in eastern Ladakh with the Indian Army, the People’s Liberation Army (PLA) officially acknowledged for the first time.

Five Chinese frontier officers and soldiers stationed in the Karakoram Mountains have been recognised by the Central Military Commission of China (CMC) for their sacrifice in the border confrontation with India, which occurred in the Galwan Valley in June 2020, the PLA Daily, the official newspaper of the Chinese military reported on Friday.


Those killed included Qi Fabao, the regimental commander from the PLA Xinjiang Military Command, PTI reported.

A total of 20 Indian soldiers died in the Galwan Valley clash on June 15, regarded as the worst in over four decades at the India-China border.

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