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Two sides have had a long-standing agreement for troops not to use firearms at the poorly defined LAC
China and India will remain in communication through diplomatic and military channels, says FM spokesman Wang Wenbin
Beijing tells New Delhi that all personnel and equipment that have trespassed at the border must be moved
India's move has grossly violated China's territorial sovereignty, says Chinese official
Troops have always strictly respected Line of Actual Control and never crossed it, says foreign ministry spokesman
Indian defence ministry said Chinese forces had breached the border during the recent LAC standoff
On ground situation continues to cool down and de-escalate, says foreign ministry spokesman
Experts say the aircraft may not immediately be used at the LAC, a de facto frontier between India and China
China has not disclosed how many casualties its troops suffered in the Galwan Valley on June 15
The deployment comes even as India and China are holding rounds of discussion to de-escalate the situation
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