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China released a new military propaganda video earlier today, showing Chinese PLA troops “lighting up the night sky” with missiles. The time for the new video came just hours after Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi visited the disputed border area of ​​Ladakh. Ladakh has been the scene of border clashes between China and India, which have left dozens dead.

The latest video, published by the Chinese state media Global Times, showed “free live training” in the middle of the night near Xinjiang.A tweet accompanying the video said, “Watch Chinese #PLA soldiers from #Xinjiang go through live ammunition training with multiple weapons. ”

In the video, missiles, tanks and troops can all be seen preparing for conflict, amid growing tensions with India.

Earlier in the day, during his surprise visit to the disputed border area, Prime Minister Modi addressed the injured soldiers and carried out several searches in China.

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Modi said that “the enemies of India have seen your fire and your fury”, adding that “the era of expansionism” is over.

He continued: “History shows that the expansionist forces have either lost or been forced to turn around.”

A border clash in mid-June left at least 20 Indian soldiers dead and at least 76 injured.

This skirmish saw soldiers engaging in brutal hand-to-hand combat with sticks and sticks at approximately 4,270 meters (14,000 feet) above sea level at sub-zero temperatures.

Following Modi’s visit, China warned India against any “strategic miscalculation”.

Foreign Ministry spokesman Zhao Lijian called on New Delhi to “work with China to safeguard the overall situation of bilateral relations”.

Zhao also criticized Indian officials for making what he called irresponsible words.

India’s defense ministry on Thursday approved the purchase of 21 Russian MiG-29 and 12 Sukhoi Su-30MKI fighter jets following the border standoff.



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