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Truth on border clashes with India published on PLA Daily
    2021-02-22  08:53    Shenzhen Daily

THE country has published relevant reports and revealed the truth on the border clashes with India, which would help people understand the truth and the rights and wrongs of the events, Foreign Ministry spokesperson Hua Chunying said in Beijing on Friday.

Hua made the remarks when asked to comment on a comprehensive report published by China’s PLA Daily on Friday which confirmed that during the border conflict between China and India in June last year, four Chinese officer and soldiers died and one regiment commander was seriously injured.

The country’s top military authority has conferred posthumous citations to the four members of the People’s Liberation Army Ground Force who died during the border clash with Indian troops, the military’s flagship newspaper reported Friday.

This is the first time the Chinese military has published the number of casualties, the names of the fallen soldiers and details about the border clash with India.

The fallen soldiers and the injured will always be remembered by the country and its people, and the family members of the deceased heroes will be taken good care of, Defense Ministry spokesman Ren Guoqiang said Friday.

The Central Military Commission gave the honorary title of “Hero Safeguarding the Motherland and Protecting Borders” to Chen Hongjun, commander of a motorized infantry battalion under a border defense regiment, and awarded a first-grade service citation to Chen Xiangrong, Xiao Siyuan and Wang Zhuoran, soldiers of the regiment, according to the PLA Daily report.

(Xinhua)

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