NEW DELHI: China's emissary to India Luo Zhaohui today unofficially batted a summit among India, Pakistan and China on the sidelines of the Shanghai Cooperation Organization (SCO) acme to get better regional relations.
"Some Indian friends suggested that India, China and Pakistan may have some kind of trilateral summit on the sidelines of SCO..it's a very constructive idea," pitched Luo. He was addressing at a seminar in New Delhi titled "Beyond Wuhan: How Far and Fast Can China-India Relations Go".
On a related note the title of the seminar referred to the informal talks held between Prime Minister Narendra Modi and President Xi Jinping in Wuhan, China in April.
Luo asserted that China, Russia and Mongolia held a similar summit, so he claims there is much possibility and no reason why India, Pakistan and China can't. He also added that peace along the borders is in the interests of all nations is essential.
"We cannot stand another Doklam incident. Let's make a joint effort to maintain peace along the border," he stated while referring to last year's 73-day-long border standoff at the India-China-Bhutan tri junction.
Luo taking to twitter handle said need a mutually acceptable solution for these international issues.
"We need to control, manage and narrow differences through expanding cooperation. The boundary question was left over by history. We need to find a mutual acceptable solution through Special Representatives' Meeting while adopting confidence building measures," Luo tweeted.
Earlier this month, New Delhi offered an informal summit to China in India. Both the sides inked two MoUs during the informal summit between PM Modi and Chinese President Xi on the sidelines of the SCO summit that was took place in China's Qingdao.