Jaishankar also met his Kyrgyz counterpart Ruslan Kazakbaev and the two leaders agreed to strengthen traditional cooperation on regional and multilateral issues.
Khan to also have bilateral talks with Tajikistan President Emomali Rohmon focusing on enhancing trade, economic and investment ties with a particular focus on regional connectivity.
Putin noted that there are no visa restrictions between Russia and its Central Asian allies, and said Moscow doesn’t “want militants appearing (in Russia) again under the guise of refugees.”
Mongolia and Tajikistan are the 22nd and 23rd members of the Asia region, while Switzerland is Europe's 35th member, with the ICC now comprising 106 nembers in total.
According to sources, Jaishankar and Wang will discuss the security situation in Afghanistan and also the pending disengagement in Eastern Ladakh.
Taliban claims to control 85 per cent of Afghanistan; President admits to difficulties in handling situation
Taliban said fighters had seized the border town of Islam Qala -- completing an arc of territory from the Iranian border to the frontier with China.
This week more than 1,000 Afghan troops fled into Tajikistan after a blistering offensive by the insurgents in the north of Afghanistan.
Nearly 1,000 Afghan soldiers have fled the Taliban advances by crossing the border into Tajikistan, according to reports from Tajikistan.
The exodus of troops followed another weekend of fighting across much of the northern countryside where the Taliban have overrun dozens of districts, spurring fears that Afghan forces are in crisis.
Observers say that the move only resurrects militias that will be loyal to local commanders or powerful Kabul-allied warlords, who wrecked the Afghan capital during the 1990s fighting.
The agreement was part of several memorandums of understanding signed between the two countries during the visit of Tajik President Emomali Rahmon to Pakistan.
Kyrgyzstan’s Health Ministry said 13 people died and 134 others were injured in the clashes that marked the worst outbreak of hostilities between the two countries since they gained independence.
S Jaishankar calls on Tajikistan speaker; discusses parliamentary support for Indo-Tajik cooperation
On Tuesday, the minister called on Tajikistan President Emomali Rahmon and discussed expanding bilateral economic and development cooperation.
The Heart of Asia-Istanbul Process is a 15-member regional initiative aimed at finding a lasting solution in war-torn Afghanistan.
In Dushanbe, External Affairs Minister S Jaishankar holds talks with Iranian and Turkish counterparts
S Jaishankar held separate talks with his counterparts from Iran and Turkey on the sidelines of a multilateral conference in Dushanbe.