Don't shift goalposts, confuse border management with resolving boundary question: Indian envoy to China
India has consistently maintained that peace and tranquillity in the border areas are essential for the overall development of relations between the two countries.
On Twitter, Jaishankar said, it is essential that China does not view its relations with India through the lens of a third country.
Countries should not place blocks and holds without any reason on requests to designate terrorists: India
The international community holds a collective view that terrorism in all its forms and manifestations must be condemned, said EAM Jaishankar at the UN Security Council.
The 12th round of Corps Commander-level talks between India and China began at 10:30 am in Moldo on the Chinese side of the Line of Actual Control.
The fresh round of Corps Commander talks are scheduled to start at 10:30 AM at Moldo border point on the Chinese side of the LAC.
Ready to seek mutually acceptable solution to issues requiring 'emergency response' at LAC: Chinese FM to Jaishankar
The Chinese foreign ministry statement pointed out that during the meeting between Wang and Jaishankar, both sides believe the two countries must lift bilateral relations out of the low level.
Sources in the security establishment said that “the Chinese have been creating permanent structures, including those required for defences and habitation of the troops”.
Ambassador Misri underlined that there needed to be respect for mutual concerns and sensitivities and for each other's priorities
Spokesperson in the Ministry of External Affairs Arindam Bagchi said the two sides continue to remain in touch through military and diplomatic channels on the issue.
The exercise aims to enrich both the contingents from each other's experience in counter-terrorism operations.
China and India should help each other to accomplish their respective goals, the Chinese envoy said on Sunday.
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.