Foreign Ministers from Russia, Afghanistan, Pakistan, Iran, Tajikistan, Turkmenistan and Uzbekistan are taking part in the meet being hosted by China
Wang, who holds the rank of State Councillor - a high ranking position in the executive organ of the Chinese government, arrived in New Delhi on Thursday evening from Kabul on an unannounced visit.
"We had agreements with China not to bring the military forces to the Line of Actual Control and the Chinese violated those agreements,’’ India's External Affairs Minister said.
A lot will depend on the flexibility they while discussing their concerns and the willingness to agree to disagree over certain issues.
China today said it had "never acknowledged" the existence of Arunachal Pradesh as it kept mum over a media report that its troops intruded into the Indian side of the border in the frontier state.
Wang's visit to New Delhi is the first by a top Chinese official to India after the 73-day Dokalam standoff and after the commencement of the second five-year term of President Xi Jinping.