India China Agreement In Moscow
21. Russia, India and China are committed to maintaining a legal order for the seas and oceans on the basis of the principles of international law, as expressed in the United Nations Convention on the Law of the Sea (UNCLOS). All related disputes should be resolved through negotiations and agreements between the parties involved. In this context, the Ministers called for full compliance with all provisions of the Law of the Sea legislation, as well as the declaration on the behaviour of contracting parties in the South China Sea (DOC) and guidelines for the implementation of the DOC. 17. Ministers welcomed the agreement in Libya signed on 17 December 2015 in the Moroccan city of Skheirat and UN Security Council Resolution 2259 on the settlement of the crisis in Libya. In this context, they called on all Libyans who had not yet defined their position to join the Libyan political agreement and to provide the necessary support to the government of the national agreement, which is still being studied. “There is no explanation for the use of the Chinese side that violated bilateral agreements and protocols. During the talks, India also drew attention to the provocative behaviour of The Chinese forward forces in many cases of friction along the LAC. Wang said the first priority now was not to violate past agreements, including not opening fire at the border. I represent the operational situation along the LAC, the impact of the five-point agreement, the likely problems in the withdrawal process and the forecasts based on my assessment.
23. Ministers expressed support for improving global economic governance to ensure healthy, stable and balanced growth in the global economy. They welcomed the implementation of the IMF`s quota and governance reforms in 2010 and called on the IMF to pursue reforms to increase the voice and representation of emerging and developing countries as quickly as possible. Ministers reaffirmed their strong support for joint efforts to develop and strengthen an open, transparent, rules-based, non-discriminatory and inclusive multilateral trading system that contributes to growth, sustainable development and job creation in all sectors. They recognized the central role of the WTO in defining the universal rules and principles of international trade.