The two nations agreed to the arrange amid talks between External Affairs Minister S Jaishankar and his Chinese counterpart Wang Yi in Moscow on Thursday evening on the sidelines of a Shanghai Cooperation Association (SCO) meet.
The Ministry of External Affairs(MEA) issued a joint press articulation early on Friday highlighting five focuses which were concurred by both sides at the “frank and useful” talks by the two ministers.
The joint statement said Mr. Jaishankar and Mr. Wang concurred that both sides ought to take guidance from the arrangement of the agreement come to between leaders of the two nations on developing India-China relations, including not allowing contrasts to become a debate.
This assessment was a clear reference to decisions taken by Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Chinese President Xi Jinping. The joint statement said the two sides moreover agreed to proceed to have dialogue and communication through the Special Representative(SR) component on the India-China boundary question.