NEW DELHI, Nov 5 - India and China agreed to continue �the pace of high level exchanges� on subjects of mutual interest and concern, including counter-terrorism, during a meeting between National Security Advisor Ajit Doval and his Chinese counterpart Yang Jiechi, an official statement said on Saturday.
The statement was silent on whether the two sides had discussed issues related to India�s NSG membership or India�s move for a ban on Pakistani terrorist Masood Azhar.
Doval met with Yang, the Chinese State Councillor, on Friday in Hyderabad. It was Yang�s third visit to India in the last two months. Doval and Yang are the Special Representatives on the Boundary Question of India and China.
�The discussions, conducted in a friendly, open and cordial environment, covered a wide agenda spanning bilateral, regional and international issues of mutual interest,� according to a Ministry of External Affairs statement. � IANS