Beijing – India and China should put the border issue in the “proper place” in bilateral relations and work together to bring the situation at their borders “under normalised management” as soon as possible, Chinese Foreign Minister Qin Gang conveyed to External Affairs Minister S Jaishankar, the foreign ministry said.
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Qin’s first in-person meeting with Mr Jaishankar on Thursday came on the sidelines of the G20 Foreign Ministers conclave in New Delhi amid the over 34-month-long border row in eastern Ladakh. Qin took charge as Chinese Foreign Minister in December, succeeding Wang Yi.