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New Delhi: The official dialogue agency Xinhua said a line would be drawn from China before reaching the top of the mountains. However, it is not yet clear what China will do with the dividing line. Climbers climbing the peak from the Chinese side of the north will be prevented from crossing this dividing line so that they do not come in contact with any person or object or Nepali climbing from the south side.
Neither the Nepalese government nor mountaineering authorities responded immediately to the dividing line. Nepal and China stopped climbing Everest last year due to the corona virus epidemic, but this year Nepal allowed 406 foreigners to climb Mount Everest to promote tourism. ALSO READ: COVID-19: Big revelations about China, biological warfare investigators investigated by coronavirus in 2015 – report
According to Xinhua, 21 Chinese mountaineers from the north have been allowed to climb Everest. In China, where coronavirus infections have been largely controlled, cases of the disease have increased in Nepal these days.
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