The two weeks counter-terrorism joint training between the Chinese and Indian military is coming to an end with a comprehensive exercise in the southwestern Chinese city of Chengdu. The troops from both sides are expected to showcase counter-terrorism tactics and skills, such as combat firing, and rope bridge crossing. Codenamed “Hand-in-Hand 2018,” this is the seventh counter-terrorism joint training between the two countries since 2007. Follow CGTN reporter Yang Jinghao on the field to find out what the troops are presenting.

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