2 Indian representatives at UK G7 Summit test positive for Covid-19, Jaishankar to go to basically
The Indian appointment to the G7 highest point, driven by External Affairs Minister S Jaishankar, has gone into self-separation after two of its individuals supposedly tried positive for Covid-19.
Affirming the news on Twitter, the EAM said that he will lead his further commitment through virtual mode.
"Was made mindful the previous evening of openness to conceivable Covid positive cases. As a proportion of bountiful alert and furthermore in light of others, I chose to lead my commitment in the virtual mode. That will be the situation with the G7 Meeting today also," he said.
As indicated by reports, two individuals from the designation tried positive on Tuesday with additional test outcomes actually anticipated.
Jaishankar had shown up in London on Monday for a four-day visit at the greeting of UK Foreign Secretary Dominic Raab to join the G7 Foreign and Development Ministers Meeting as one of the visitor pastors.
The progressing G7 culmination is the first occasion when that the unfamiliar priests of different nations are meeting up close and personal in right around two years. India isn't a G7 part yet was welcomed by the United Kingdom to the current week's highest point, alongside Australia, South Africa and South Korea