After two days of hectic talks on the border issue, the high level delegations of India and China, left this hill resort town for Delhi on Monday morning.
The Special Representative of India and National Security Advisor MK Narayanan and Vice-Minister-Foreign of China Dai Bingguo, who led the delegations, along with some officials left by two helicopters to Coimbatore, 75 km from here, from the nearby Wellington Defence base.
After for a brief halt in Coimbatore Airport, the diplomats would leave for Delhi by a special aircraft, police sources from Coimbatore said.
A joint statement on the 'progress' of the talks would be made at Delhi. The diplomats held discussions for nearly eight hours during their two-day stay in Coonoor on Saturday and Sunday.
Indian Ambassador to China Nirupama Rao and Chinese Ambassador to India San Su Si, were also present during the talks.
While Narayanan had said that the talks were progressing 'good', Bingguo termed the talks as part of 'achieving the goal of common development for the benefit of people of both the countries.'