Thursday, May 14, 2020

PM Modi, Danish counterpart discuss ways to work together in Covid-affected times

Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Danish counterpart Mette Frederiksen. (Photo: ANI)

New Delhi: Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Thursday had a telephonic discussion with his Danish partner Mette Frederiksen during which the two chiefs talked about approaches to cooperate in the Covid-influenced world. 

During the call, the two chiefs collaborated on the means taken in the two nations to handles the Covid-19 pandemic. "The Prime Minister valued Denmark's accomplishment in lifting the lockdown limitations with causing an expansion in diseases. It was concurred that Indian and Dnish specialists would stay in touch to gain from one another's experience," an official assertion read. 

"Concurring that areas like Health Research, Clean and Green Energy, and Climate Change flexibility offer themselves to pursue the objective of making a powerful Green Strategic Partnership among India and Denmark," the assertion added. The two chiefs emphasized their common longing to additionally fortify India-Denmark relations. 

The two leaders invited the fruitful getting sorted out of the Joint Commission Meeting between their Foreign Ministers on May 12.

Piyush Goyal participates in virtual session of G20 trade ministers

Union Commerce and Industry Minister Piyush Goyal

New Delhi: Union Commerce and Industry Minister Piyush Goyal on Thursday went to a video gathering meeting of commernce clergymen of G-20 nations. 

The exchange and speculation pastors of the G20 nations partook in the remarkable video gathering. The gathering was called to examine approaches to limit interruption to exchange and worldwide flexibly chains which have been influenced by the COVID-19 pandemic. 

On March30, G20 exchange pastors met for the main video gathering committed to COVID-19. They swore endeavors to keep up gracefully chains unobstructed during the pandemic. 

Exchange priests from the G20 significant economies had consented to take quick measures for encouraging exchange basic merchandise, other than incentiving extra creation of hardware and drups to fight the Covid emergency. (ANI)

'India has its own perspective on Afghanistan'

US Special Envoy Zalmay Khalilzad.

New Delhi: In The scenery of US unique emissary Zalmay Khalilzad's comment that India ought to straightforwardly converse with Taliban, sources on Thursday said New Delhi has its own viewpoint on Kabul and its Afghan arrangement will be guided by its customary relationship with the nation. 

"We have our own point of view on Afghanistan. Our customary and neighborly relations with Afghanistan will keep on controlling our Afghan strategy," said sources while reacting to Khalilzad's comments. 

On his last visit to New Delhi, Khalilzad had told a paper that "India is a significant power in Afghanistan.It would be fitting for that (Taliban) commitment to happen." 

Khalilzad had met External Illicit relationships Ministers S Jaishankar and National Security Advisor (NSA) Ajit Doval and gave a report on the US harmony and compromise endeavors in Afghanistan.

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