Jun 26: India and Germany held virtual Foreign Secretary level consultations today. Shri Harsh Vardhan Shringla, Foreign Secretary of India and Mr. Miguel Berger, State Secretary of the German Federal Foreign Office discussed bilateral cooperation in various areas and exchanged views on regional and global issues of mutual interest. The two sides took stock of the extensive cooperation in addressing the challenges of COVID-19, including supply of medicines, equipment and technology. They agreed to advance the various areas of bilateral cooperation and initiate consultations in the context of India’s upcoming membership of the UN Security Council (2021-22) and G20 Presidency (2022) and Germany’s present membership of the UN Security Council and forthcoming Presidency of the European Union.
Mr. Sibi George appointed as the next Ambassador of India to the State of Kuwait replacing H E Jeeva Sagar […]
HE Monika Kapil Mohta has been appointed as the next Ambassador of India to Switzerland, The Holy See & Liechtenstein […]
G20 Member Countries Reaffirm Commitment to Ensuring Education Continuity and Safety for all; G20 Education Ministers resolve to work together in the areas of Education Continuity, Early Childhood Education and Internationalization in Education […]