New Delhi, Aug 7: Amid the increased tension at the Sino-Indian border, the two countries are all set to hold the 13th round of talks over the bilateral, regional and international issues starting from Friday, Aug 7.
According to media reports, special representative of India and China will come together in a two-day meet scheduled to happen between Aug 7-8.
While the Chinese delegation will be led by Vice Minister for Foreign Affairs Dai Bingguo, the Indian delegation head by National Security Adviser MK Narayanan will comprise of the Foreign secretary, Nirupama Roy and officials from the External Affairs ministry and the Prime Minister's Office (PMO).
This meet comes after China's renewed assertion over Arunachal Pradesh.
The leaders will be focusing on interpreting political parameters and guiding principles finalised during Chinese Premier Wen Jiabao's visit to India in 2005. The meet is expected to resolve the border issues by arriving at a agreement.