After denying for months that there no casualties in border confrontation with India, China on Friday revealed for the first time the details of its four Soldiers killed in the Galwan Valley clash in June 2020. The revelation was done on the Twitter handle of Global Times. China on Fri unveiled, for the 1st time, names and detailed stories of four martyrs who sacrificed their lives in the border confrontation with India in the Galwan Valley in Jun 2020, to commemorate their sacrifice for defending national sovereignty. https:\/\/t.co\/3AzGA89Wo2 pic.twitter.com\/nIWbaPtt6L \u2014 Global Times (@globaltimesnews) February 19, 2021 People\u2019s Daily, China too had shared information about the death of four Chinese soldiers in the border clash with India in the Galwan Valley. The daily newspaper also stated that the soldiers were awarded honorary titles and first-class merit citations. Four Chinese soldiers, who were sacrificed in last June's border conflict, were posthumously awarded honorary titles and first-class merit citations, Central Military Commission announced Friday. A colonel, who led them and seriously injured, was conferred with honorary title. pic.twitter.com\/Io9Wk3pXaU \u2014 People's Daily, China (@PDChina) February 19, 2021 In addition, the Central Military Commission of China informed that a\u00a0PLA regimental commander survived with head injuries suffered in the clash. Meanwhile, 20 soldiers were martyred on the Indian side in the border clash. The acknowledgment by the Chinese side comes amid the ongoing disengagement of border troops after several rounds of diplomatic and military talks from near the south and north banks of Ladakh\u2019s Pangong Tso.