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Thousands of PLA Soldiers Conduct Live Fire Exercise in Tibet Region Bordering India

Media reports suggested that the disengagement has not changed the deployment of troops in the vicinity of Gogra Post, where two countries reached an agreement on 4-5 August. Satellite images show continued infrastructure build up by the two sides in the western sector of the 3488 km long Line of Actual Control.

Around 10,000 People’s Liberation Army (PLA) soldiers have joined a round-the-clock live-fire exercise code-named “Snowland Mission 2021” on the Tibet plateau at an elevation of 4,500m, China’s defence ministry said on Friday.

The ministry said that more than 10 brigades and regiments assigned to the PLA Tibet Military Command have deployed to verify the overall operational effectiveness of the combat units and weapons.

“The exercise, an all-time, all-domain, all-factor, round-the-clock live-fire exercise involving units of combined arms, is aimed at enhancing the troops’ overall combat capabilities ib high-altitude areas, including joint operation, precise attack, efficient destruction, and comprehensive logistics support,” the PLA said in a statement.

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