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Jaishankar: Essential that China should not look at relations with India through third country lens: Jaishankar tells Wang at SCO – Times of India

New Delhi: It is important that China does not look at its relations with India through the eyes of any third country: External Affairs Minister S. Jaishankar At the 21st Shanghai Cooperation Organization (SCO) summit in Dushanbe on Friday.
Jaishankar and his Chinese counterpart wang yi They met on the sidelines of the summit and discussed the dissolution process between the two countries along the Line of Actual Control (LAC). Jaishankar further said that China and India should set an example for Asian solidarity.
“emphasised that India does not subscribe to any conflict of civilizations doctrine. It is also essential that China does not view its relations with India through the lens of a third country. For Asian solidarity, it China and India have to set an example, tweeted Jaishankar.
“Meeted with Chinese FM Wang Yi on the occasion of SCO Summit in Dushanbe. Discussed disruption in our border areas. Underlined that progress in this regard is essential for the restoration of peace and tranquility, which is the basis for the development of bilateral relations.
Jaishankar noted that since their last meeting on July 14, both sides had made some progress in resolving the remaining issues along the LAC in eastern Ladakh and completed the demilitarization in the Gogra region.
“Although there were still some outstanding issues that needed to be resolved,” read foreign Ministry release.
Jaishankar recalled that Chinese Foreign Minister Wang had mentioned in their last meeting that bilateral relations were at a low level. Both sides agreed that prolonging the current situation is not in the interest of either side as it is negatively affecting relations.
He, therefore, emphasized that both sides should work towards early resolution of the remaining issues along the LAC in Eastern Ladakh by fully adhering to bilateral agreements and protocols.
Jaishankar further underlined that it was necessary to ensure progress in resolving the remaining issues so that peace and tranquility can be restored along the LAC in eastern Ladakh, noting that peace and tranquility in the border areas remained an essential basis for progress in bilateral relations. Is.
“In this regard, the ministers agreed that military and diplomatic officials from both sides should meet again and continue their discussions to resolve the remaining issues at the earliest,” the release said.
The two ministers agreed to keep in touch.


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