Indian, Chinese troops meet at Arunachal, vow to boost ties

High-level meeting between Army officials and Chinese PLA troops was organised on Friday at Bumla, near Tawang district of Arunachal Pradesh. India and China reaffirmed their resolve to strengthen friendship and maintain peace along the Line of Actual Control.
The delegations, led by Major General PGK Menon from India and Major General Li Xi Zhong from China, hoisted flags of both the countries and discussed ways to boost relationship between the neighbours, a defence ministry release said.
This was the first time major generals of the two countries took part in a border personnel meeting (BPM), since its initiation in 1990, the release said.
On Wednesday, too, the army personnel of the two sides exchanged greeting and gifts on the occasion of Diwali.
The 4057-km-long Line of Actual Control separates India from China.
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