On May 25, 2015, State Councilor Yang Jiechi met with National Security Adviser Ajit Doval of India in Moscow.
Yang Jiechi said that Prime Minister Narendra Modi's recent official visit to China scored a great success. President Xi Jinping and Premier Li Keqiang respectively held meetings and talks with him, and the two sides reached important consensus on promoting the development of the China-India strategic partnership of cooperation, which demonstrated the width and depth of China-India strategic cooperation and gave off a strong signal of China and India as two big neighbors and major developing countries joining hands for cooperation and common development.
Yang Jiechi pointed out that both countries should seize the historic opportunity, well implement the important consensus reached between the leaders, and promote China-India relations for continuous advancement. The two sides should maintain the positive momentum of high-level exchanges and integrate their respective development strategies more closely so as to realize mutually beneficial cooperation at a higher level between the two major economies. The two sides should actively expand exchanges of all circles between the two countries and strengthen cooperation under such frameworks as the United Nations (UN), the BRICS, and the Group of Twenty (G20), so as to drive the international order towards a more just and reasonable direction. Before the border issue is settled, both sides should properly manage and control their disputes, jointly safeguard peace and stability in the border region, and create favorable conditions for boundary negotiations as well as the development of the bilateral relations.
Ajit Doval said that Prime Minister Narendra Modi was very satisfied with the results of his historic visit to China, and all circles of India also spoke highly of this visit. India is willing to work with China to jointly implement the consensus reached between the leaders of the two countries, actively promote high-level exchanges, deepen mutually beneficial cooperation, promote personnel exchanges, and jointly safeguard peace and stability in Asia and the world at large. India is willing to work with China to jointly safeguard peace and tranquility in the border region.