India, Germany Begin Talks About Strategic Partnership Amid COVID-19

As per the statement, the meetings would specialise in the bilateral relationship of both nations and therefore the alignment within the reform of multilateral institutions for the 21zst century.

India, Germany Begin Talks About Strategic Partnership Amid COVID-19

India and Germany have begun high-level talks amid the COVID-19 pandemic on All Souls' Day with Foreign Secretary Harsh V Shringla having 12-hours-long of continuous engagements in Berlin, said Indian Mission in Germany. As per the statement, the meetings would specialise in the bilateral relationship of both nations and therefore the alignment within the reform of multilateral institutions for the 21zst century.

A side from that, the strategic partners would also discuss Berlin’s stance on the Indo-pacific region and its compatibility with India’s approach. The talks about also note Berlin as a stakeholder in India’s modernisation to continue and strengthen the partnership.Shringla’s visit to Germany came each day after the Foreign Secretary held an appointment on the nation’s policy and initiatives of the ministry in France. He had rounded up his Paris trip with an in depth discussion about the post-COVID-19 pandemic recovery and therefore the role of India and France strategic partnership while outlining the need of expanding think-tank engagements with several representatives.

Shringla had previously even said that he reiterated Prime minister Narendra Modi’s message on terror attacks in France within the message to French interlocutors and even at a public event at the Insitute of French diplomacy.

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