Chinese State Councillor and Foreign Minister Wang Yi met with Indian External Affairs Minister Dr. S. Jaishankar in New Delhi on yesterday (25) and said that the two countries should help each other rather than constraining each other, the Chinese embassy in Colombo said.
Its strategic judgment about China’s significance remains unchanged. India stands ready to boost communication with China and enhance mutual trust to resolve difficulties and to sustain cooperation.
They agreed that multilateralism should be upheld, and the UN Charter & int’l law be abided by, while disputes should be settled peacefully via dialogue. They expressed grave concerns over the impact of unilateral sanctions on the global economy & supply chain security.
China and India should help each other fulfil achievements rather than constrain one another, and should support rather than reject each other.
Meanwhile, Wang Yi also met with Indian National Security Advisor Ajit Doval and both countries are agreed to enhance the relationship on following areas:
View the bilateral relations from a long-term vision.
View each other’s development with a win-win mentality.
Take part in the multilateral process with a cooperative posture.
We are partners instead of rivalries, and shouldn’t let the border issues affect the overall bilateral relations, Doval said after the meeting.