Beijing deploys anti-aircraft systems against India in Doklam

While officially, Beijing and New Delhi are still engaged in a process of normalization and disengagement along the demarcation line serving as the border between the two countries in the Ladakh region, the two camps are multiplying initiatives to strengthen their respective defensive positions. Thus, recent satellite images published on Twitter by the defense specialist defestra, show that the People's Liberation Army would have undertaken the construction of infrastructures intended to accommodate anti-aircraft systems near Doklam, at the junction between India. , China and Bhutan, an area which had been the subject of tensions between the two countries as China built a road deemed strategic by India, crossing neutral Bhutan.

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