New York. External Affairs Minister S Jaishankar met with the foreign ministers of South Korea, Australia and Italy on the sidelines of the United Nations General Assembly (UNGA) session on Tuesday. During this he also met his counterparts from France and Iran. The issue ranging from the Corona vaccine to the Afghanistan crisis was discussed with everyone.
S Jaishankar met South Korean Foreign Minister Chung E Yong. During this, various aspects of bilateral relations including the Southern Policy and India’s Act East Policy were discussed. After this meeting, Jaishankar tweeted and said, ‘Glad to meet the Foreign Minister of the Republic of Korea. During this, the relations between the two countries were discussed. Korea’s South Policy and India’s Act East Policy will strengthen our cooperation in the Indo-Pacific region.
At the same time, in the meeting with the Foreign Minister of Italy, Ligi Di Mayo, there was talk about easy travel between the two countries and the availability of Corona vaccine. Jaishankar says that further discussion on Afghanistan crisis can also be held with him.
With Australian Foreign Minister Maryse Penn, Jaishankar discussed the recent developments in the Indo-Pacific region. S Jaishankar is in New York to attend the high-level 76th session of the United Nations General Assembly. He started the day by holding a meeting with India’s strategic partner France.
He met French Foreign Minister Jean Y Le Drian and had extensive discussions on Afghanistan, the Indo-Pacific region and other contemporary issues. Jaishankar said in a tweet, ‘Started the day with our strategic partner France. Had extensive discussions with Foreign Minister JY LeDrian on Afghanistan, Indo-Pacific and other contemporary issues.
At the same time, the Foreign Minister said in a tweet that he met Iranian Foreign Minister H Amir Abdullahiyan and held talks on strengthening bilateral cooperation. He said that the talks between the two countries were held on strengthening bilateral cooperation.