The leaders will be part of a smaller session of BRICS - Brazil, Russia, India, China and South Africa - that will meet on the sidelines of the main G20 summit that collates the leading industrialised and emerging economies.
According to a Hindustan Times report, an Indian official, who is part of Prime Minister Narendra Modi's part of delegation in Israel, on condition of anonymity said, "But we did not ask for any meeting, so where is the question of atmosphere being conducive or not".
Li Ya, political counsellor at the Chinese embassy in India. Bhutan and China have been trying to come to a settlement on the disputed area for over two decades; Thimpu is therefore opposed to China's unilateral action in taking up road construction activity in the disputed territory.
New Delhi fears that if Beijing builds a road there, it will give China greater access to India's seven northeastern states via a vulnerable 20km-corridor known as "chicken's neck".
There is no sign of the month-long standoff between India and China in the Doklam plateau of Bhutan ending.
Things have been quite tense at the Sikkim sector between India and China over the past couple of weeks.
The highly nationalistic daily "Global Times", which is affiliated to the Communist Party of China's mouthpiece People's Daily led the charge asking the government to scrap the previous agreements with India and support the secessionist elements in Sikkim.
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The Ministry of Home Affairs (MHA) will not go in for a knee-jerk reaction while dealing with several pending security clearances for Chinese manufacturers amid the standoff between the Indian and Chinese troops on the Sikkim border.
The editorial further said, "India has control and oppression over Bhutan, due to which the Himalayan country has never established diplomatic ties with its neighbour China or with any of the country from worldwide community".
It also said that the Indians would be "kicked out" of Doklam by the Chinese military.
The Ministry said the restraint being shown by the Chinese side is preventing a flare up in the region.
Bhutan claimed that the Chinese army started to construct a motorable road on June 16 from Dokola in the Doklam area towards the Bhutan army camp in Zompelri. But since India has a military presence in Bhutan it finds itself in the eye of the storm. Anyway, for many years in the past, China has been building infrastructure extending to the frontier regions.
Tensions also have escalated in the monthlong standoff due to fiery rhetoric published in Chinese state-run media outlets. "Through unequal treaties, India has severely jeopardized Bhutan's diplomatic sovereignty and controls its national defence", the editorial said, adding that "China needs to make more efforts to establishing diplomatic ties with the Buddhist kingdom".