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This will be his first visit to the island nation since India extended an economic relief package to bail Sri Lanka out of the current economic crisis
Steadfast and consistent: India's stand on Ukraine conflict based on six principles, says Jaishankar
He said India, at the UN Security Council, has called for an urgent ceasefire and ensuring safe passage for stranded civilians
Talking about Vande Bharat's mission, he said that it was the largest recorded evacuation exercise in human history
Earlier, on Friday, India and Austria held the sixth round of Foreign Office Consultations virtually and discussed various aspects of bilateral relations
The minister said that as tensions increased, the Indian Embassy in Ukraine started a registration drive for Indians in January 2022 and as a result, around 20,000 Indians registered
Earlier in the day, Jaishankar took part in a virtual event along with French foreign minister Jean-Yves Le Drian, he has urged all those who have come in recent contact with him to take suitable precautions
In a veiled reference to China's Belt and Road Initiative, Jaishankar on Thursday said any serious connectivity initiative must be consultative, transparent and participatory and conform to principles of sovereignty and territorial integrity
Following the Kabul bombing, India said the attack reinforced the need for the world to stand unitedly against terrorism.
Chinese state councillor Wang Yi said despite thaw on the LAC, India-China relations remain at a low point, 'which is not in anyone's interest' The Chinese foreign minister stated that despite the easing situation at the border, India-China relations remained at a low point, which is not in anyone's interest
It is possible that the political leadership in India may find it difficult to back a terrorist organization associated with that humiliating incident without making itself vulnerable to political attacks that may even find resonance with citizens.
'Part-vaccinated, part-neglected' world not safe, global cooperation only way out of pandemic, says S Jaishankar
On his first US visit since Joe Biden came to power, the external affairs minister opined that if large countries pursue national interest over global good, the world will have 'big problems'
Jaishankar, who is in the UK on a four-day visit to participate in the G7 meet, admitted that India's health system stands exposed but that there is a focussed plan to ramp up the vaccination programme
The Gujarat High Court, on 4 February, had dismissed Congress leader Gaurav Pandya's plea against the external affairs minister's election to the Upper House
The ground situation in eastern Ladakh remains unchanged, and defence sources said the ninth round of military talks is likely to take place in the next few days
Without naming Pakistan, Jaishankar said international pressure has compelled a country complicit in "aiding, abetting, training and directing" terror groups to "grudgingly acknowledge" the presence of wanted terrorists and organised crime leaders on its territory
'Ask the analysts': S Jaishankar rebuts Rahul Gandhi's criticism of India's foreign policy, economy on Twitter
Rahul Gandhi alleged that under the Modi dispensation India has been "disturbed and disrupted" with regard to its foreign policy and economy
'World facing two-pronged attack of coronavirus and fake news,' S Jaishankar on need to strengthen scientific approaches
External Affairs Minister S Jaishankar on Friday said 'while it was too early to say that the coronavirus has altered our way of life forever, it has reduced humanity's instinctive comfort in the presence of others.'
Harsh Vardhan Shringla takes charge as Foreign Secretary, says he will ensure 'undifferentiated and unambiguous' approach to terrorism
A 1984-batch officer of the IFS who last served as India's envoy to the US, Shringla replaces Vijay Gokhale and has a fixed two-year tenure
EAM S Jaishankar holds talks with Iranian counterpart Javad Zarif on fast-evolving situation in Gulf post-Qasem Soleimani's assassination
S Jaishankar and his Iranian counterpart Javad Zarif held extensive talks on the fast-evolving situation in the Gulf region in the wake of frayed ties between Iran and the US over the killing of Commander Qasem Soleimani
S Jaishankar says India has not closed doors on China-backed RCEP, will evaluate deal on its trade, economic merit
India has not closed its doors on the Regional Comprehensive Economic Partnership (RCEP) and will carry out a cost-benefit analysis to evaluate its merit, External Affairs Minister S Jaishankar said on Wednesday