Indian, Chinese soldiers disengaging after deadly clash
Indian and Chinese front-line troops are disengaging in the western sector of their disputed border, but the process is intricate and requires constant verification.
Col. Aman Anand's suggestion the disengagement will take time came after top commanders from the two sides held a fourth round of talks on Tuesday and a month after a deadly clash between their soldiers in the Galwan Valley.
India says 20 of its soldiers were killed in the June 15 clash and that there were casualties among the Chinese as well. China hasn't confirmed any deaths on its side.
Chinese foreign ministry spokesperson Hua Chunying says the two sides have made progress in disengaging the front-line troops and easing border tensions.