Indian Defense Minister A. K. Antony said on Monday that the 13th China-Indian Boundary Talks are "fruitful" and India would continue communicating with China to resolve the boundary issue.
"The Indo-China talks ended on a positive note. It was very fruitful and the whole atmosphere was also very cordial. India will continue talking to China to find an amicable solution to its long pending border dispute with Beijing," said Antony in a meeting with local media in the national capital.
Claiming the Indo-China talks assume significance, the minister said: "The dialogues are continuing and we have decided that through it, we must try to sort out all issues with China regarding our border dispute and it will continue."
China and India held its 13th Boundary Talks in New Delhi on Aug. 7 and 8, joined by the Special Representatives of the two countries, Chinese State Councilor Dai Bingguo and Indian National Security Advisor M.K. Narayanan.
(Xinhua News Agency August 11, 2009)