Both sides reaffirmed mutual sensitivities for each other's concerns and aspirations.
Both countries view each other as partners for mutual benefit and not as rivals or competitors.
India and China consider the potential for a bilateral Regional Trade Arrangement and review the state of negotiations on the Regional Comprehensive Economic Partnership (RCEP).
While striving to realise the trade turnover target of $100 billion by 2015, the two countries agreed to take measures to address the issue of the trade imbalance.
The Chinese side shall provide greater facilitation to Indian pilgrims for the Gang Renpoche and Mapam Yun Tso Pilgrimage (Kailash Manasarovar Yatra).
Two sides agreed to consult the other parties with a view to establishing a Joint Study Group on strengthening connectivity in the BCIM (Bangladesh, China, India, Myanmar) region.
The leaders expressed satisfaction over the work done so far by special representatives of the two countries on the boundary question and encouraged them to push forward the process of negotiations and seek a framework for a fair, reasonable and mutually acceptable settlement in accordance with the agreement on political parameters and guiding principles.
Two sides shall work together to maintain peace and tranquility in the border areas in line with the previous agreements.
The two sides will further strengthen cooperation on trans-border rivers.
Support for an "Afghan-led, Afghan-owned" reconciliation process.