India’s External Affairs Minister Mr. S. Jaishankar met his German counterpart Annalena Baerbock to discuss bilateral issues. The wide range of discussion indeed the Indo-Pacific, development surrounding Ukraine and situation in Afghanistan.
He tweeted, “A wide-ranging discussion with German Foreign Minister @ABerbock. Focused on climate action and SDGs, bilaterally and globally”.
Mr. Jaishankar also met his Iranian counterpart H Amirabdollahian to discuss bilateral economic cooperation, the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPOA) commonly known as the Iran nuclear deal, and Afghanistan.
Over the Afghanistan issue, he said, “Covered Afghanistan, Indo Pacific, and Ukraine. Looking forward to building further on today’s meeting”.
On Friday, Mr. Jaishankar visited Germany to take part in the Munich Security Conference (MSC). During the MSC meeting, the escalating tension between the NATO countries and Russia over Ukraine will be extensively discussed.
The EAM is also expected to participate in a panel discussion of the Indo-Pacific along with leading the discussion at an ‘Azadi ka Amrit Mahotsav’ event. This event will be hosted by the Indian consulate in Munich and the Observer Research Foundation.
While his visit he also met his counterparts from Australia, Saudi Arabia, Slovenia, Georgian, and various other countries.