After the Dokalam stand-off, the first official meeting between India and China has been held. India’s National Security Adviser Ajit Doval met Chinese state councilor Yang Jiechi met in Beijing and a truce seems come out of the meeting.
The conciliatory signal is expected to emerge as China understood the mistrust and standoff between the two countries may reach to the level of war and war will negatively affect both the nations among many others too.
The official comments from the Xinhua news agency says that a fruitful come out is expected from the possible meeting of Chinese President Xi Jinping and India’s NSA Ajit Doval.
The comments from Xinhua says most economies, including those in the West, will find themselves negatively affected by an India-China war in a globalises and intertwined world today.
India too walks on the path of normalcy and reminded China of agreements on peace and tranquility going back to 1993.