Intensive negotiations between diplomats and the military, including three talks between senior military personnel, have released ten Indian soldiers captured in Ladaj during the India-China confrontation in the Galwan Valley.
That Thursday evening, three days after the confrontation on the Indian border, the ten soldiers were on the Indian side, the Hindustan Times newspaper quoting sources familiar with the matter deciding to maintain anonymity brought back Both countries resulted in twenty dead Indian soldiers. The released people, including two officers, were taken to health centers for examination.
Negotiations about their release have been kept secret to ensure the security of soldiers in the context of growing tensions between India and China. There is no official declaration of liberation in this regard, although the Indian Army and State Department said Thursday that no Indian soldiers were “missing” in action.
In particular, the authorities assured that all soldiers involved in the fight were localized, although it has been reported that several were owned by the Chinese military.