New Delhi [India]March 4 (ANI): Foreign Minister S Jaishankar on Saturday held bilateral talks with the Sri Lankan and Armenian foreign ministers who were here for the Raisina Dialogue.
Jaishankar met with Ali Sabri, Minister of Foreign Affairs of Sri Lanka, and discussed investment, trade and development partnerships and promoting economic recovery in Colombo.
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“Great to catch up with Sri Lankan FM @alisabrypc. Thanks to him for his #RaisinaDialogue2023 participation. We assessed our collaboration focus on promoting Sri Lanka’s economic recovery. Discussions covered investment, trade and development partnerships. Recent related questions were also asked Our fishermen,” Jaishankar tweeted on Saturday.
Jaishankar also reviewed bilateral and multilateral partnerships with Armenian Foreign Minister Ararat Mirzoyan during the Raisina Dialogue.
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EAM also tweeted on Saturday: “Delighted to welcome FM @AraratMirzoyan from Armenia. Review of our bilateral and multilateral partnerships. Discussed a broad agenda of cooperation.”
Jaishankar met with Canadian Foreign Minister Melanie Jolly on Saturday and discussed the G20 agenda and global development.
“Extensive conversation with Canadian FM @melaniejoly. Discussed G20 agenda & global developments. Bilateral issues including trade, connectivity & people-to-people relations,” Jaishankar tweeted.
Earlier, at an event in Delhi, Jolly addressed the issue of the Russia-Ukraine war and called for the isolation of Moscow.
“The paralysis that particularly affects the UN Security Council is related to the war in Ukraine. The more countries send a clear message to Russia, the more we can isolate Russia politically and diplomatically,” Joly said.
The Raisina Dialogue is a flagship think tank event organized by the Observer Research Foundation (ORF) in partnership with the Ministry of Foreign Affairs (MEA). (Arnie)
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