Addressing the G20 Foreign Ministers via a video link, Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi also demanded the rushing of humanitarian assistance to Afghanistan without any delay.
'Relation with India should not be viewed from lens of a third country': China says it agrees with Jaishankar on bilateral ties
Jaishankar, who met his Chinese counterpart Wang Yi in Dushanbe, conveyed that the two sides should work for an early resolution of the remaining issues along the LAC.
On Twitter, Jaishankar said, it is essential that China does not view its relations with India through the lens of a third country.
Recently, the United States has expressed concern about their ties and urged Cambodia's leaders to maintain an independent and balanced foreign policy that would be in its people's best interests.
The U.S. currently has no ambassador in Beijing, although President Joe Biden is expected to nominate Nicholas Burns, a former ambassador to NATO and State Department spokesperson.
Jaishankar and Wang held a one-hour meeting in Dushanbe on July 14 on the sidelines of a conclave of the Shanghai Cooperation Organisation (SCO).
During Wendy R Sherman's visit, she will discuss areas where the US has serious concerns about Chinese actions, as well as areas where their interests align, an official release said.
He said Pakistan failed to live up to its commitment assurance of influencing the Taliban to participate in peace talks and to prevent the cross-border movement of militants.
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.
Jaishankar holds talks with Chinese counterpart Wang Yi as India keeps a close eye on PLA activities at LAC
The two ministers agreed that the next round of military dialogue should be convened at the earliest and its focus should be on discussing all the remaining issues to find a acceptable solution.
According to sources, Jaishankar and Wang will discuss the security situation in Afghanistan and also the pending disengagement in Eastern Ladakh.
Wang said that China is committed to a policy of not using or threatening to use nuclear weapons against non-nuclear-weapon states and nuclear-weapon-free zones unconditionally.
The BRICS meeting was chaired by External Affairs Minister S Jaishankar through video conferencing.
Jaishankar brought up the issue during a telephonic conversation with Wang who conveyed to him China's sympathy and solidarity with India.
The issue figured during a phone conversation that was initiated by Wang to convey China's sympathies to India on the COVID-19 situation.