BEIJING. India and China on Monday voiced their differences over developments in Kashmir. EAM S. Jaishankar called upon Beijing not to deviate from the gains of the Wuhan summit and Astana consensus.
His counterpart Wang Yi prompted New Delhi to make special efforts to build regional peace.
“When it comes to Indo-Pak tensions, we follow all developments very closely. We hope that India would also play a constructive role in regional peace and stability,” said Wang
Wang opened the door for United Nations intervention, apart from proposing the “bilateral agreement” (Shimla accord) as the templates for resolving the Kashmir issue.