India said on the resumption of flights from Afghanistan, a very complex and sensitive matter
Speaking at the press conference of the Ministry of External Affairs on the recent terrorist attacks in Jammu and Kashmir, Spokesperson Arindam Bagchi said that we strongly condemn such attacks. We are concerned about cross-border terrorism and are discussing the issue on various platforms.
Speaking at the press conference of the Ministry of External Affairs on the recent terrorist attacks in Jammu and Kashmir, Spokesperson Arindam Bagchi said that we strongly condemn such attacks. We are concerned about cross-border terrorism and have been discussing the issue on various platforms.
On the resumption of flights between India and Afghanistan, the spokesperson of the Ministry of External Affairs said that I do not have any information about the resumption of air travel. This is a very complex and sensitive matter. Several factors need attention in this matter.
On the India-China border dispute, Arindam Bagchi said that we expect that China will work together with us. The disengagement proceeded in other areas as well. Disengagement has taken place in some areas and remains in some areas. We want China to abide by bilateral agreements and protocols.
This visit will give opportunity to review green strategic partnership & look at what further we can do. There are 200 Danish companies who are investing in India & 60 Indian companies have invested in Denmark: MEA Spokesperson Arindam Bagchi on Denmark PM's visit (1/2) pic.twitter.com/FzrivmL468— ANI (@ANI) October 7, 2021
We had an intense, fruitful, and productive visit by US Deputy Secretary of State Wendy Sherman, State Department Spokesperson. We now have a lot of engagement on the different pillars and different areas that our relationship covers. He said the issue of S-400 (deal) has been raised during the talks. We have explained our point of view. Discussion is going on.
On the visit of the Prime Minister of Denmark, he said that the agenda may include some elements such as renewable energy, clean technologies, water and waste management, agriculture, science and technology, digitization, smart cities. The visit will provide an opportunity to review the Green Strategic Partnership and see what we can do next. 200 Danish companies are investing in India and 60 Indian companies have invested in Denmark. We are focused on the extradition of Kim Davey. We have raised this in the past and are in talks with Denmark on this issue. Discussion is going on.