The former defence ministers were also provided with some details about India's military preparedness in the region during the meeting.
Wang's remarks also came days after India and China on Friday agreed to hold the next round of military talks at an early date to achieve the objective of complete disengagement in eastern Ladakh.
It is learnt that another round of Corps Commander-level talks will be held following the diplomatic dialogue.
Larger issue is whether India, China can build relationship based on mutual sensitivity, respect: Jaishankar
At a virtual conversation at the Qatar Ecomonic Forum, he also made it clear that there was no connection between India becoming part of the Quad and the border issue with China.
Jaishankar said the then Prime Minister Rajiv Gandhi's visit in 1988 to China 26 years after the 1962 conflict led to a consensus on having stability along the frontier.
Wang Wenbin said this at his media briefing as he parried questions on India's assertion that consensus reached on maintaining peace along border cannot be swept under the carpet.
India shoud adhere to the relevant agreements between the two armies and move towards the same direction as the Chinese side to jointly maintain peace, PLA spokesperson said.
China says India's proposal of restoring status quo of April 2020 in eastern Ladakh could be discussed
Last week, India hoped that China will work with it to ensure disengagement of troops in remaining areas of eastern Ladakh at the earliest.
The two countries had earlier completed the withdrawal of troops and weapons from the North and South banks of Pangong Lake last month in line with an agreement on disengagement.
Minister of State for External Affairs V Muraleedharan said India is also focusing on improving infrastructure in the border regions to facilitate economic development.
The Parliamentary Standing Committee on Defence overwhelmingly expressed its gratitude towards each and every soldier and officer 'martyred' or injured in the incident.
India illegally trespassed LAC, urging them to restrain frontline troops: China on Pangong Tso situation
The Chinese Embassy's statement comes amid the ongoing meeting of brigade commander of the Indian Army with his Chinese counterpart in Chushul/Moldo to discuss the whole issue.