The foreign affair experts from India and China are likely to share a two-day round table meet aiming to solve the border dispute. The meeting reportedly is scheduled to be started from today. According to the report, the Vice Minister Forgein Affairs Dai Bingguo-led ten-member Chinese delegation would reach Coonoor near Coimbatore today.
Higher officials from External Affairs Ministry and the Indian Ambassador in China would comprise the Indian delegation for the border talks.
According to district administration, the Chinese diplomats would take a flight from Delhi by helicopter on the evening of April 21 to Coonoor.
There was no any confirmed report about the time and date of the talks between the special representatives of these countries, though one round of talks might be held on 21st night.
Earlier, India and China had signed 13 agreements during November bilateral talks and had finalized a 10-point plan to strengthen bilateral relations such as India and China decided to double bilateral trade to $40 billion by the end of year 2010.
Both the countries had also decided to declare 2007 as a year of promoting tourism between the people of the two countries. But, on the issue of the border talks, Chinese President had said that there should be a need of early settlement of the border question.