S Jaishankar-Sergey Lavrov meeting: India, Russia consent to additionally upgrade key organization
External Affairs Minister S Jaishankar on Wednesday said he held "fantastic talks" with his Russian partner Sergey Lavrov during which they examined two-sided key ties and traded sees on the worldwide circumstance.
Jaishankar is here on a four-day visit to Russia to go to a gathering of the unfamiliar pastors of the Shanghai Cooperation Organization (SCO).
"Joy to meet FM Sergey Lavrov, this time face to face. Fantastic talks that mirror our Special and Privileged Strategic Partnership. Worth our trades on the worldwide circumstance," Jaishankar tweeted.
Prior in the day, Jaishankar held separate respective gatherings with his Kyrgyz and Tajik partners here and examined approaches to help India's key associated with the two Central Asian nations.
"A productive gathering with FM Chingiz Aidarbekov of Kyrgyz Republic on SCO sidelines," Jaishankar tweeted after his first reciprocal gathering of the day.
The two chiefs talked about issues of two-sided and provincial intrigue.
"Consented to additionally upgrade our key association in all circles," Jaishankar composed.
Jaishankar expressed gratitude toward Aidarbekov for help in encouraging the arrival of Indian nationals from the Central Asian nation. Air India worked a few trips under Vande Bharat Mission to clear its nationals abandoned in different countries because of lockdown.
Around 4,500 Indian understudies are examining medication in different clinical establishments in Kyrgyzstan. A couple of financial specialists are occupied with exchanges and administrations in Kyrgyzstan, as indicated by the Indian Embassy in Bishkek.
Jaishankar later said he held a warm gathering with Tajik partner Sirojiddin Muhriddin.
"Satisfied with our developing respective and provincial collaboration. Exceptionally esteem this key organization," Jaishankar tweeted.