Jaishankar – The New Indian Express


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External Affairs Minister Dr S Jaishankar on the first leg of a visit to three Latin American countries addressed the Indian Diaspora in Sao Paulo.

“I began my visit to Latin America by meeting with the Indian community in Sao Paulo and shared with them the progress and optimism as India completes 75 years of independence,” said Dr Jaishankar. In addition, he will also visit Brazil and Paraguay and Argentina.

During his speech, EAM thanked the Indian community for serving as an effective bridge between Brazil and India.

“Indo-Brazilian relations are defined by good feelings, great goodwill and growing cooperation. I thank the Indian community for serving as an effective bridge,” he added.

Meanwhile, during his visit, official interactions begin from August 22, EAM will call on the top leaders of the three countries. He is also expected to inaugurate the premises of the new Indian Embassy in Paraguay. The tour will be the first ever visit by an Indian External Affairs
Minister of the country.

In Brazil and Argentina, EAM will co-chair the Joint Commission Meetings (JCM) with its counterparts. The JCMs will review the full range of bilateral relations in various fields and discuss regional and global issues of common interest, according to the Ministry of External Affairs (MEA).

“EAM’s visit to these 3 countries will be an opportunity to continue ongoing high-level engagements with our partners in Latin American (LAC) countries, to explore new areas of cooperation in the era post-pandemic and to exchange views on bilateral issues and international importance,” according to MEA.

Prior to his arrival, Dr. Jaishankar met with ambassadors from Latin American and Caribbean countries in New Delhi. The Minister expressed his gratitude for hosting the Ambassadors from LAC countries and was positive about the potential for growing cooperation between India and South American and Caribbean countries.

“So much potential to develop our cooperation. Encourage their efforts to realize it fully. I thank them for their views and insights as I head to the region tonight,” Dr Jaishankar tweeted just before he left for Latin America.

External Affairs Minister Dr S Jaishankar on the first leg of a visit to three Latin American countries addressed the Indian Diaspora in Sao Paulo. “I began my visit to Latin America by meeting with the Indian community in Sao Paulo and shared with them the progress and optimism as India completes its 75 years of independence,” said Dr Jaishankar . In addition, he will also visit Brazil and Paraguay and Argentina. During his speech, EAM thanked the Indian community for serving as an effective bridge between Brazil and India. “Indo-Brazilian relations are defined by good feelings, great goodwill and growing cooperation. I thank the Indian community for serving as an effective bridge,” he added. Meanwhile, during his visit, official interactions will start from August 22, EAM will call on the top leaders of the three countries, he is also expected to inaugurate at the premises of the new Indian Embassy in Paraguay, this visit will be the first ever visit of an Indian Foreign Minister to the country In Brazil and Argentina, EAM will co-chair Joint Commission (JCM) meetings with his JCM will review the full range of bilateral relations in various fields and discuss regional and global issues of common concern, according to the Department of External Affairs (MEA). Latin American (LAC) countries, explore new areas of cooperation in the post-pandemic era and exchange views on issues of bilateral and international importance,” according to MEA. Prior to his arrival, Dr. Jaishankar met with ambassadors from Latin American and Caribbean countries in New Delhi. The Minister expressed his gratitude for hosting the Ambassadors from LAC countries and was positive about the potential for growing cooperation between India and South American and Caribbean countries. “So much potential to develop our cooperation. Encourage their efforts to realize it fully. I thank them for their views and insights as I head to the region tonight,” Dr Jaishankar tweeted just before he left for Latin America.

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