India and China will hold the next round of boundary talks — the first since the reorganisation of Jammu and Kashmir and defanging of Article 370 — between the two special representatives, NSA Ajit Doval and Chinese foreign minister Wang Yi, in the coming weeks. They would also be taking place before the informal summit between PM Narendra Modi and Chinese President Xi Jinping in October.
This was one of the decisions taken during foreign minister S Jaishankar’s talks with Wang here on Monday as both sides work hard to manage their differences on various aspects of the border dispute, which has acquired urgency after India changed the status of J&K.
Wang told a China-India media forum on Monday that China was looking at “early harvest” in border negotiations. The Chinese side gave some “proposals” to the Indian government regarding this early harvest Read More