India-China special envoys on the border issue – Ajit Doval, India’s national security adviser, and Wang Yi, a state councilor and minister, are said to have spoken by telephone on China’s foreign affairs in the Galvan Valley, east of Las Vegas.
During their talks on Sunday, the two special envoys exchanged views openly on the latest developments in the western sector of the Indo-China border region.
They agreed that the leaders of both sides should take direction from the Sense Committee that maintaining our peace and tranquility in the Indo-China border region is essential for further development of our bilateral relations and that differences between the two sides should not be allowed to be debated. It was therefore imperative to ensure the complete landing of the army along the LAC and the continued expulsion of the army for the restoration of complete peace and tranquility from the Indo-China border region.
After completing the ongoing disengagement process,
They further agreed that the ongoing disengagement process along the LAC should be expedited by both the parties. Ensure that both sides move forward in the Indo-China border region in a phased and step-by-step manner.
They reiterated that both sides should strictly respect and observe the Line of Control and should not take unilateral measures to change the situation and work together to avoid any future incidents that could disrupt peace and tranquility in the border areas.
The two special envoys agreed that diplomatic and military officials on both sides should continue discussions under the framework of a working mechanism for consultation and coordination on Indo-China Border Affairs (WMCC) and that agreements should be implemented from time to time. How to achieve the above results.
The two special envoys also agreed to continue their talks to ensure the full and lasting restoration of peace and tranquility in the Indo-China border region in accordance with bilateral agreements and protocols.