Jaishankar will meet UN Secretary General Antonio Gutarase today. From New York, Jaishankar will go to Washington. Here he will meet US Secretary of State Antony Blinken.
S. Jaishankar arrives in New York
Foreign Minister S Jaishankar is on his first US visit. During this time, he has expressed confidence that India will continue to shape the big debates of our time. He said this after communicating with India’s Permanent Representative at the United Nations, TS Tirumurthy and other officials and diplomats. This is Jaishankar’s first visit to the US after India joined the UN Security Council as a non-permanent member in January this year. He arrived in New York on Sunday evening. (External Affairs Minister S Jaishankar in America)
Jaishankar will meet UN Secretary General Antonio Gutarase today. After meeting with Tirumurthy, Deputy Representative Ambassador K Nagaraj Naidu and diplomats from India’s Permanent Mission to the United Nations, Jaishankar tweeted on Monday, ‘There was a meaningful session on strategy with Ambassador Tirumurthy and our UN team in New York. It is confident that India will continue to shape the big debates of our time. Thirumurthy tweeted, ‘Thanks to Foreign Minister S Jaishankar for guiding our efforts in the United Nations and in the Security Council for 2021-22.’
Will also meet american foreign minister
From New York, Jaishankar will go to Washington. Here he will meet US Secretary of State Antony Blinken. A spokesman for the Ministry of External Affairs said that Blinken and Jaishankar COVID-19 would discuss a range of issues, including efforts to strengthen Indo-Pacific cooperation through the Quad Group and enhance UN and multilateral cooperation. The spokesman said, “Blinken is keen to meet Foreign Minister Jaishankar during his visit and to discuss a range of issues and shared regional security and economic priorities, including COVID-19 relief, efforts to strengthen Indo-Pacific cooperation through the Quad.” Huh.’
Appointment with Blinken not fixed
In addition to meeting his counterpart, Jaishankar will also meet US National Security Advisor Jake Sullivan, other senior Biden administration officials, influential lawmakers, think tanks, corporate sector leaders and members of the Indian American community. Neither the US State Department nor the Indian Foreign Ministry has announced the day and time of the Jaishankar-Blinken meeting. As part of the Biden administration’s peace process efforts in West Asia, Blinken left for a brief visit there on Monday.
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