China officially admits five military officers and soldiers killed in clash with Indian Army in Galwan Valley in June last year.

PTI | Beijing | Updated: 19-02-2021 08:11 IST | Created: 19-02-2021 08:11 IST
China officially admits five military officers and soldiers killed in clash with Indian Army in Galwan Valley in June last year.

China officially admits five military officers and soldiers killed in clash with Indian Army in Galwan Valley in June last year.

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