S Jaishankar

The diplomat stated that in view of the COVID-19 travel restrictions, most leaders will not travel to New York and the high-level debate will be conducted virtually.

New Delhi: External Affairs Minister S Jaishankar on Friday said that the relationshiop between India and Japan has become strategic...

During the meeting the status of the ASEAN-India Strategic Partnership in several areas including maritime cooperation, connectivity was reviewed.

At the end of their discussions, the Ministers reached an agreement on five points that will guide their approach to the current situation, the sources added. 

According to MEA spokesperson, the two Ministers also followed up on outcomes of Prime Minister Narendra Modi's visit to Vladivostok for the fifth Eastern Economic Forum in September 2019.

Speaking at [email protected] Summit organised by Confederation of Indian Industry (CII), Jaishankar said deglobalisation is a much bigger phenomenon and different countries are uncomfortable with excessive dependence abroad.

Jaishankar tweeted, "A wide-ranging conversation yesterday night with @SecPompeo. Reviewed our bilateral cooperation including working of relevant mechanisms. Shared assessments on regional and global issues including South Asia, Afghanistan, Indo-Pacific and beyond."

The virtual summit will see high-level presence from Indian and US government policymakers, state-level officials and thought leaders from business and society.

Tweeting a long thread to Rahul’s allegations, the EAM asserted that India's major partnerships were stronger and international standing higher and today, India is engaging China on more equal terms politically.

As the Indian patrol reached, the sources said, the Chinese had already built up troops on higher ground around the observation post and kept the stones and weapons ready for launching an attack on the Indian troops.