Chinese FM: India agrees to return lost soldier

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    For more: https://www.cgtn.com/video China said India has agreed to return a Chinese soldier who strayed near the two countries’ border. The Chinese Foreign Ministry said the soldier had gotten lost while helping a shepherd locate his livestock, adding that he was found by Indian troops and will be released after a medical examination. The Indian Army on Monday said the Chinese corporal was apprehended in the remote Ladakh region. The ministry said it hopes India will live up to its promise to release the soldier soon. The incident comes as the two countries seek to defuse simmering tensions over a border dispute.

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