After a year-long “sensitive” standoff, India and China completed their withdrawal of forces from the Gogra region of eastern Ladakh, according to the Army.
According to the Army, the disengagement procedure took place over two days, on August 4 and 5, and included both sides removing all temporary structures and other associated infrastructure and returning the landform to its pre-standoff state.
The disengagement took place at Patrol Point 17A in eastern Ladakh.
“All temporary structures and other allied infrastructure created in the area by both sides have been dismantled and mutually verified,” the statement said. Both sides have restored the area’s landform to its pre-standoff condition.