KUNMING -- Chinese and Indian armies concluded their first-ever joint anti-terrorism military training with a three-hour military drill in southwest China Tuesday morning.
The military operation, the third and also the last stage of the five-day training, began at 7:30 a.m. at a hilly terrain near Kunming, capital of Yunnan Province, with the participation of 206 ground troops from the two armies.
It is designed that more than 50 "terrorists" from "a certain international terrorism organization" have entered the border area of China and India. They "established" a training base and "intended" to attack a trading port on the border between the two countries.
The finale manoeuver involved establishing a joint command post, joint battle decision-making, implementation of anti-terrorism operation before wiping out a group of "terrorists" and rescuing "hostages."
The Chinese and Indian troops broke into the "training camp of the terrorists" at 9:25 a.m. and began to rescue "hostages" at 10:25 a.m..
About 10 minutes later, the drill ended with "terrorists" subdued and "hostages" rescued and brought to a safe place.