External Affairs Minister S Jaishankar said, ‘Noted the continuous progress in our Joint Working Groups in many areas. Also talked about health. Jaishankar also co-chaired the 4th India-Denmark Joint Commission meeting with Kofod.
External Affairs Minister S Jaishankar. (External Affairs Minister S Jaishankar)
External Affairs Minister S Jaishankar on Saturday met his Danish counterpart Jeppe Kofod and reviewed the progress of joint working groups in various fields. In addition, he initiated important health cooperation to strengthen the bilateral Green Strategic Partnership. Jaishankar, who arrived in Denmark from a trip to Croatia, was welcomed here by Queen Margrethe II.
Jaishankar tweeted, “Horred to be welcomed by Her Majesty, Queen Margrethe II in Copenhagen today. I deeply appreciate his heartfelt feelings for India. Reviewed the Joint Action Plan as part of the efforts after the 2020 Virtual Summit. Our Green Strategic Partnership is making progress.
He noted the continued progress in our Joint Working Groups in several areas. Also talked about health. Jaishankar also co-chaired the 4th India-Denmark Joint Commission meeting with Kofod. He also held discussions with the CEOs of Danish companies Vestas, Grundfos, CIP, Haldor Topso and Maersk and Chamber representatives. He said, ‘They help in realizing our Green Strategic Partnership. Thanks to Foreign Minister Jeppe Kofod for the initiative to bring us together. Under the Green Strategic Partnership, work is done in the field of political economic cooperation, environmental protection, employment generation.
S Jaishankar addressed the ‘Gymnich meeting’ of EU foreign ministers
On the previous day, the Foreign Minister addressed the ‘Gymnich Meeting’ of the Foreign Ministers of the European Union (EU). During this there was a “comprehensive discussion” on the Indo-Pacific, the situation in Afghanistan and India-EU relations. Jaishankar is on a four-day visit to Slovenia, Croatia and Denmark to enhance India-EU ties and to hold bilateral talks. Jaishankar tweeted, ‘Addressed the Gymnich meeting of EU Foreign Ministers in Bled, Slovenia. There was a fruitful discussion on Indo-Pacific, Afghanistan and India-EU relations. He thanked his Slovenian counterpart Ange Logar for the invitation.
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