India's Ministry of External Affairs has informed the Rajya Sabha, the Upper House of Parliament, that New Delhi is working with China to iron out differences on key issues related to its accession to the Nuclear Suppliers Group (NSG). In addition, India and China are also looking to resolve border disputes and tensions related to Beijing's alleged support of Pakistan-based terrorists.
"Issues where there are differences are being handled through dialogue to seek a fair, reasonable and mutually acceptable solution based on mutual respect and sensitivity to each other's interests, concerns, and aspirations," the minister said.
India is also in discussion with China on the issue of sanctions regarding Pakistan-based terrorists.
"As regards to China's blocking of international efforts for the listing of Pakistan-based terrorists under the UN Sanctions Committee, Government has been raising the issue with China, including at the highest level, consistently highlighting the threat of cross-border terrorism emanating from Pakistan and affecting the region, including India," the foreign minister told parliament.