Beijing: The Chinese language navy has expressed hope that its lacking soldier apprehended by the Indian Military in Jap Ladakh might be launched quickly.
A Chinese language soldier was apprehended by the Indian Military within the Demchok sector of Jap Ladakh on Monday after he had “strayed” throughout the Line of Precise Management (LAC), an incident that comes amid a large deployment of troops by the 2 militaries within the area following the border standoff since Could.
The Indian Military mentioned in a press release on Monday that the soldier, a Corporal within the Chinese language Folks’s Liberation Military (PLA), has been recognized as Wang Ya Lengthy and he might be returned to the Chinese language navy on the Chushul-Moldo border level after completion of formalities.
“China hopes that India will hand over soon the Chinese soldier who got lost in China-India border areas on the evening of October 18 when helping local herdsmen retrieve a yak at their request,” mentioned Senior Colonel Zhang Shuili, spokesperson for the Western Theater Command of the PLA mentioned in a press release on Monday night time.
“The PLA border troops knowledgeable the Indian navy proper after the incident and hoped the Indian aspect would help in search and rescue, and the Indian aspect promised to supply assist and return the lacking soldier well timed after discovering him, he mentioned.
The newest data from the Indian aspect is that the misplaced Chinese language soldier has been discovered and might be handed over to the Chinese language aspect after receiving medical examination, Col. Zhang mentioned.
“We hope that the Indian aspect will stay as much as its promise at hand over the lacking Chinese language soldier as quickly as potential and implement the consensus reached by the 2 sides within the seventh spherical of Senior Commanders assembly, in order to keep up peace and tranquillity within the border areas,” Zhang mentioned.
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