As the minister of external affairs, Jaishankar will be visiting these nations in Latin America and the Caribbean for the first time. Friday marks the start of a nine-day trip by External Affairs Minister S Jaishankar to Guyana, Panama, Colombia, and the Dominican Republic to examine fresh opportunities for bilateral cooperation.
On Friday, S. Jaishankar, minister of external affairs, will start a nine-day tour to Guyana, Panama, Colombia, and the Dominican Republic to examine fresh opportunities for bilateral cooperation. According to a Ministry of External Affairs (MEA) press release, this will be his first trip to these nations as an EAM. Jaishankar will travel to Guyana, Panama, Colombia, and the Dominican Republic between April 27 and 29, as well as Guyana, Panama, and Colombia between April 25 and 27.
A business delegation from India led by CII will attend business activities scheduled during the visit with AM Jaishankar. The Indian community will also be met by EAM in each of the four nations. After the release, “EAM’s visit to these four countries; his bilateral engagements as well as interactions with counterparts of important regional groups: CARICOM and SICA, adds to the momentum of the India-LAC engagements. It will provide an opportunity to continue high level contacts with countries in Latin America and the Caribbean and explore new areas of cooperation in a whole host of areas; particularly in the post-pandemic scenario.”
Jaishankar’s travel to the nation from April 21 to April 23 would include meetings with several ministries and calls to Guyana’s top officials, according to information released on Wednesday by the Ministry of External Affairs (MEA). The external affairs minister was scheduled to travel to Panama from April 24 to 27, Colombia from April 25 to 27, and the Dominican Republic as his final stop. The Dominican Republic will be his destination from April 27 to 29. “It (the visit) will provide an opportunity to continue high-level contacts with countries in Latin America and the Caribbean and explore new areas of cooperation in a whole host of areas, particularly in the post-pandemic scenario,” the MEA mentioned in a statement.