Is galwan occupied by China?
Satellite images indicate that China has occupied 423 metres of Indian territory in the Galwan Valley.
New Delhi: China’s forces in the Galwan Valley have intruded 423 metres into Indian territory, an incursion which seems to be well ahead of Beijing’s own 1960 Claim Line in the region..
Did China withdraw from galwan Valley?
China has withdrawn troops by at least a kilometer in three places in Ladakh including the tense Galwan river valley where 20 soldiers were killed in action in a deadly brawl with Chinese troops on June 15, sources said on Monday.
Who occupies galwan Valley?
“Not long ago, what happened in the western part of the border between China and India in the Galwan Valley is very clear. China will continue to effectively defend its territorial sovereignty and the border area and peace,” the Chinese Ministry of Foreign Affairs said Monday.
Why does China want the galwan Valley?
We know why China is interested in the Ladakh sector. … There is a deliberate attempt for the Galwan Valley from China because they want to get a strategic edge and added advantage over India on every sector. The same attempt has been made in the middle sector, and the Dokalam incident is a reference to that.