External Affairs Minister S Jaishankar will start on Thursday a four-day visit to Slovenia, Croatia and Denmark to support respective ties and further fortify India’s collaboration with the European Union (EU).
Jaishankar’s first objective will be Slovenia where he is booked to go to a casual gathering of the unfamiliar priests of the EU part states on Friday.
As indicated by the Ministry of External Affairs (MEA), Jaishankar will start his two-roadtrip to Slovenia on Thursday, during which he will hold a respective gathering with his Slovenian partner Anze Logar, aside from approaching the nation’s authority.
Slovenia presently holds the administration of the Council of the European Union, and it welcomed Jaishankar to go to the casual gathering of the unfamiliar pastors of the EU expresses, the MEA said.
Jaishankar will go to the Bled Strategic Forum (BSF) being held in Slovenia and take an interest in the board conversation on ‘Association for a Rules-Based Order in the Indo-Pacific’.
“He will likewise have conversations with his EU partners on issues of shared interest,” the MEA said in an articulation.
It is discovered that the advancing circumstance in Afghanistan is probably going to figure conspicuously in Jaishankar’s gatherings with his EU partners. PTI