15th round of India, China talks to resolve Ladakh standoff 'positive and constructive': Chinese military
The two sides reiterated that the settlement of the remaining issues would help restore peace and tranquility in the area and promote the development of bilateral relations
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.
India and China have been holding talks on the Line of Actual Control in the Eastern Ladakh area to resolve the standoff and 14 rounds have been held so far.
The two sides will hold the next round at the Chushul Moldo meeting point in Ladakh on Friday to end the 22-month standoff at the remaining friction areas.
He said that the Modi government has made it clear to the forces that any unilateral action on the Line of Actual Control (LAC) should not be ignored.
In the previous WMCC held last month, the two countries agreed that early and complete disengagement of the troops along the LAC was essential for smooth bilateral relations.