Beijing: Indian and Chinese officials have held vital consultations here on the newly established mechanism on border issues, as China asserted that the two sides would do well to implement the specifics of some key agreements reached recently.

A delegation of Indian officials concluded two rounds of talks on Tuesday with their Chinese counterparts to discuss the particulars of the newly-established working mechanism for consultation and coordination on India-China border affairs.

The mechanism which was aimed at ensuring peace and tranquility at the border areas was devised during the 15th round of border talks held in New Delhi in January this year.

Meanwhile, Chinese Foreign Minister Yang Jiechi said the two countries should do well on specifics in implementing the agreements on maritime security and border mechanism.

Without directly making mention of the talks on the border mechanism, he said "we believe we need to do all these specifics very well in implementation of important agreement reached at the leadership level including conducting consultations between two sides on maritime security and working together to ensure peace and tranquility in China-India border areas".

Yang who visited New Delhi last week and met Prime Minister Manmohan Singh and External Affairs Minister, S M Krishna told his annual media conference here today that both the countries want to see continuous, sound and steady growth of their bilateral relations and want to enhance, increase mutual trust and expand cooperation.

"I had a thorough exchange of views and meeting of minds with my Indian counterpart on series of aspects including to maintain the momentum of high level exchanges between the two countries advance the practical cooperation on all field and intensifying cultural exchanges between the two sides," Yang said answering a question.