Exterior Affairs Minister S Jaishankar can pay a four-day talk over with to Kyrgyzstan, Kazakhstan and Armenia starting Sunday with an intention to additional extend bilateral ties and talk about key regional problems together with the trends in Afghanistan. “The talk over with will provide a chance for reviewing the growth in our bilateral ties with the 3 nations in addition to proportion perspectives on trends within the area,” the Ministry of External Affairs (MEA) said on Saturday while announcing the visit.
It said the visit will be a continuation of India’s increased engagement with countries in its “extended neighbourhood”. It’s learnt that the trends in Afghanistan are anticipated to determine prominently in Jaishankar’s talks with leaders of the 3 central Asian nations.
The MEA stated Jaishankar’s first vacation spot can be Kyrgyzstan the place he’ll dangle talks together with his Kyrgyz counterpart except calling at the President of the central Asian nation. “This can be his first talk over with to the rustic because the exterior affairs minister,” the MEA said, adding that some agreements are also expected to be signed during the visit.
It said Jaishankar will be in Kazakhstan from October 11 to 12 to attend the 6th Ministerial meeting of the Conference of Interaction and Confidence Building Measures in Asia (CICA). The CICA meeting is being held in Nur-Sultan. Kazakhstan is the current Chair of the grouping. The MEA said Jaishankar is also expected to hold bilateral talks with the Deputy Prime Minister and Foreign Minister of Kazakhstan “The external affairs minister will be visiting Armenia on October 12 to 13. This will be the first ever visit of an external affairs minister of India to independent Armenia,” the MEA stated.
It stated he’ll have conferences together with his Armenian counterpart and make contact with at the Top Minister.