China and India Agree to Disengage Troops Along Disputed Border

Joseph B. Hash

NEW DELHI—China and India, after a conference among their foreign ministers in Moscow, say they agreed to “disengage” their forces along their disputed Himalayan border.

The conference and joint statement adopted months of stress along the border, which includes a brawl in June that became the deadliest confrontation among the two militaries since 1962. In a further incident this week both equally sides accused the other of firing weapons for the 1st time in many years.

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