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EAM Jaishankar, Swiss foreign minister meet in New Delhi, exchange perspectives on Ukraine conflict

Exterior Affairs Minister S Jaishankar meets Switzerland overseas minister Ignazio Cassis at Hyderabad Home in New Delhi. X/@DrSJaishankar

Switzerland Overseas Minister Ignazio Cassis met India’s Exterior Affairs Minister S Jaishankar in New Delhi on Monday. Each the leaders mentioned additional strengthening of bilateral ties and exchanged views on regional and worldwide points, together with the battle in Ukraine.

“Discussed further strengthening of our bilateral ties after celebrations of the 75th year of the India-Switzerland friendship treaty last year. Exchanged perspectives on regional and international issues, including the conflict in Ukraine,” EAM Jaishankar mentioned in a publish on X.

The Exterior Affairs Minister additionally thanked his Swiss counterpart for the “Mission to the Sun” Swatch reward. “Through Aditya L1 Mission, India is living up to it,” Jaishankar added.

Taking to X, Cassis mentioned he held “productive talks” with Jaishankar and explored financial ties and geopolitical challenges, specializing in the scenario in Ukraine and the potential paths to peace.

Cassis started a four-day go to, from 5 to eight February, to the Asia-Pacific area with India. He would even be travelling to China, South Korea and the Philippines.

In response to Switzerland’s Federal Division of Overseas Affairs (FDFA), Cassis’ go to goals to strengthen ties with these international locations and to debate peace initiatives in Ukraine.

As per FDFA, In India, Cassis would even be discussing financial relations and bilateral cooperation within the fields of schooling, analysis and innovation.

In January, Swiss President Viola Amherd introduced Switzerland’s plans to help the reconstruction of Ukraine by organising a future peace convention and by serving to to de-mine the nation.

Amherd asserts that the initiative can be profitable if a variety of nations together with India, South Africa, Brazil and Saudi Arabia participate. China, which has maintained hyperlinks with Russia, can also be seen as a key ally.

With inputs from companies

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