Chinese soldiers practice destroying 1,000 targets in Tibet 2

Chinese soldiers practice destroying 1,000 targets in Tibet 2

China sent 7,000 soldiers to practice live fire in Tibet, about 1,000 km from where the brawl with the Indian border guard occurred.

Chinese state media said today that the Western War Zone had conducted a live-fire joint training exercise on the plateau at an altitude of 4,700 m in recent days, but did not give a specific time.

During the exercise, the Western War Zone mobilized 7,000 soldiers from the artillery, missile, air force, electronic warfare, engineering and special forces forces to carry out the destruction of bunkers and positions.

Chinese artillery opened fire during the exercise.

According to the scenario, the Chinese army begins the campaign with reconnaissance activities and rapid troop deployment.

Drones and soldiers meanwhile maneuvered to attack flanks, opening the way for armored forces.

`The forces overcame harsh weather, closely coordinated between the air force and infantry, applied comprehensive coordinated attack tactics and penetrated deeply in three directions to control the target, combining firepower.

The information was given in the context of Indian and Chinese soldiers fighting on the evening of June 15 in the Galwan valley, Ladakh region.

China accused Indian soldiers of crossing the border and then attacking its soldiers, while India asserted that Chinese troops crossed the Line of Actual Control (LAC), which serves as the border between the two countries.

This was the first deadly clash after China ambushed and shot dead four Indian soldiers at Tulung La, Arunachal Pradesh in 1975.

Chinese soldiers practice destroying 1,000 targets in Tibet

Disputed border area between China and India.

Indian and Chinese soldiers have for weeks been faced off at Pangong Tso lake, Galwan valley, Demchok village and Daulat Beg Oldi base in eastern Ladakh.

Experts say that border tensions with China broke out because India built roads and airports in the Ladakh region.

After several tense weeks, China and India held talks at the battalion and brigade command level in the Galwan and Kyam valley areas, agreeing to peacefully resolve the border dispute.

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