India-China LAC row: Buffer zones to be set up at two friction points

The creation of ‘buffer zones’ at the two frictions points in the larger Gogra-Hot Springs area is likely to be completed in the next couple of days as part of the ongoing Phase-I of the stepwise de-escalation plan finalised by the Indian and Chinese corps commanders on June 30. The so-called buffer zone with no military presence at ‘Patrolling Point-14’, had already been set up, with the rival troops pulling back 1.5 km each.

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