Competing teams have both completed trips to the summit but plans have been disrupted by the pandemic
Some time in the near future – after a wait of a decade – the world will learn the new height of Mount Everest.
China and Nepal have teamed up to measure the world’s highest mountain which straddles their border and, under a 2019 memorandum of understanding, they must announce their findings together. The announcement was reportedly delayed because of the pandemic.
Written by Helen Davidson
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