Reportedly, Qin held these meetings on the sidelines of the G-20 ministerial summit held in New Delhi, India.
The Chinese diplomat and Indian Foreign Minister Subrahmanyam Jaishankar agreed to expand cooperation, resume direct flights, and improve ties after the deterioration of the last two years due to territorial disputes.
Qin assured his French counterpart Catherine Colonna that China wishes to achieve new results in the comprehensive strategic partnership between the two countries; and considers its influence relevant in the face of global challenges.
He asked Australian Foreign Minister Penny Wong to take advantage of the positive climate in the Beijing-Canberra ties so as to stabilize them, appropriately manage differences and address each side’s concerns.
Meanwhile, Qin and Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov reaffirmed their governments’ willingness to join forces and strengthen coordination on multilateral platforms, expand strategic communication and inject more stability into the international system.
The Chinese diplomat reiterated both Lavrov and the remaining foreign ministers China’s commitment to a political resolution of the Russia-Ukraine conflict, rejected the sabotage of the peace talks and condemned the imposition of sanctions.