The Special representatives from India and China will meet on December 21 to discuss the India-China Boundary issue in New Delhi. The Indian delegation will be led by National Security Advisor Ajit Doval, while the Chinese side will be led by Wang Yi, State Councillor and Foreign Minister of People’s Republic of China. This will be the 22nd time when representatives from India and China converge to resolve the boundary issue.
The Indian delegation will be lead by Ajit Doval, National Security Advisor, while the Chinese side will be led by Wang Yi, State Councillor and Foreign Minister of People’s Republic of China. https://t.co/1Ra1TKcTjB— ANI (@ANI) December 20, 2019
The 21st meeting between the Special Representatives of India and China on the Boundary Question took place on November 24 last year in Chengdu.
“The talks were constructive and forward looking, and focussed on taking forward the India-China Closer Developmental Partnership in pursuance of the guidance provided by Prime Minister Narendra Modi and President Xi Jinping at their Informal Summit at Wuhan in April 2018”, said a press release by Ministry of External Affairs.
The Special Representatives are likely to undertake a comprehensive review of the rounds of talks under the SR mechanism that had taken place earlier.
The representatives will look forward to resolve to intensify their efforts to achieve a fair, reasonable and mutually acceptable solution to the India-China boundary question at an early date. It is noteworthy that an early settlement of the boundary question serves the fundamental interests of both countries.