New Delhi, Nov 07: India has maintained that it would continue talking to China amidst the border row along the Line of Actual Control in Eastern Ladakh.
Anurag Srivastava, the spokesperson of the MEA, said, “we will continue to maintain the dialogue with the Chinese side to arrive at a mutually acceptable solution to the current situation along the LAC in eastern Ladakh.”
New Delhi, June 17: India and China have been discussing through military and diplomatic channels the de-escalation of the situation in the border area in Eastern Ladakh, the Ministry of External Affairs said. “Senior Commanders had a productive meeting on 6th June 2020 and agreed on a process for such de-escalation.
Subsequently, ground commanders had a series of meetings to implement the consensus reached at a higher level.
New Delhi, May 29: India wants Nepal to create an atmosphere of trust before it could go ahead with the foreign secretary level talks.
This is a continuous process and requires constructive and positive efforts, Anurag Srivastava, spokesperson, MEA said. India believes that there has been no lack of engagement between the two countries, he also said.
New Delhi, Dec 20:The Ministry of External Affairs has approached the United Arab Emirates seeking the extradition of Nirav Modi, a prime accused in the PNB scam. The request is in addition to the one made with the United Kingdom as well.
New Delhi, Sep 19: Hours after a court ordered his extradition, accused in the AgustaWestland chopper scam, James Christian Michel has gone missing. According to his lawyer, Amal Alsubei, he could not be found since the order of extradition was delivered.
Reacting to the use of the term Indian-administered Kashmir by the US, the Ministry for External Affairs has said that it affirms India’s position that the likes of Syed Salahuddin have been indulging in cross-border terrorism.
“Kulbhushan Jadhav is a kidnapped innocent Indian who is a retired officer of the Indian Navy,” said Gopal Baglay, spokesperson for the Ministry for External Affairs. “These facts were communicated to Pakistan over an year ago. We had, in fact, made 13 requests to Pakistan to release him since he was arrested last year,” he added.
New Delhi, July 31: The Ministry of External Affairs on Friday made it clear that union minister Rajnath Singh will not have any bilateral talks with Pakistan when he visits Islamabad to attend the SAARC ministerial conference on August 3 and 4.
Singh’s visit would be to promote regional cooperation and he is not visiting Islamabad for a bilateral meeting with Pakistan, the MEA’s official spokesperson, Vikas Swarup had said at a presser on Friday.