Signed in New Delhi on January 17, 2012, available in the Chinese MFA contract base in English, Chinese and Hindi. The English text of the agreement is also contained in the Indian MEA database on Indian contracts. Both sides agreed to establish the WMCC to address important border issues related to peacekeeping and calm in the border regions of India and China. (Article 1) The WMCC will be led by an Indian MEA official at the joint secretaries level and an official at the executive level of the Chinese AMF and will be composed of diplomatic and military officials from both sides. (Article 2) (2) The Chinese government agrees that the Indian government can set up commercial agencies in Yatung, Gyantse and Gartok. Commercial agencies on both parties are granted the same status and treatment. Commercial agents of both parties enjoy the freedom to stop their duties in the course of their duties and enjoy freedom of research for themselves, their wives and children who depend on them for a living. Commercial agencies of both parties enjoy the privileges and immunities of couriers, briefcases and communications in the code. Article II The High Contracting Parties agree that traders from both countries, who are known to be active in a customary and specific manner in trade between China and India, can trade in the following locations: Excellence, Mr. Foreign MINISTER, As part of our discussions on the trade and transport agreement between the Tibetan region of China and India , which was concluded with happiness today, the delegation of the Government of the Republic of India and the delegation of the Government of the People`s Republic of China have agreed that certain issues will be resolved by an exchange of notes. As part of this agreement, the two governments agreed as follows: (1) The Indian government will be pleased to withdraw completely within six (6) months after the exchange of these notes, since military escorts are now stationed in Yatung and Gyantse, in the Tibet region of China. The Chinese government will provide facilities and assistance for such a withdrawal. 1.
Traders from both countries, who are known to be usually active in trade between the Tibet region of China and India, their wives and dependent children, and their companions, are allowed to enter India or Tibetan China for commercial purposes, if necessary in accordance with the practices of producing certificates duly issued by their country`s local government or their duly accredited representatives. and are controlled by the other party`s border inspection posts.