During his recent visit to the UK, External Affairs Minister S Jaishankar unveiled the fourth edition of ‘Bharat Bhawan,’ a quarterly Hindi magazine published by the Indian High Commission in London. The event was attended by India’s High Commissioner to London, Vikram Doraiwswami, and India’s Deputy High Commissioner to London, Sujit Ghosh.
“During his visit to @HCI_London, @DrSJaishankar released the 4th Edition of Bharat Bhawan Magazine,” announced the High Commission of India, London on the social media platform X.
Jaishankar’s UK visit concluded, further strengthening the enduring ties between the two nations. The visit not only revitalized bilateral cooperation but also took place amid notable advancements in the India-UK Comprehensive Strategic Partnership and the ambitious Roadmap 2030.
“External Affairs Minister S Jaishankar’s recent visit to the United Kingdom further consolidated the long-standing historical ties between the two countries and provided a new impetus to bilateral cooperation in diverse areas against the backdrop of progress on the India-UK Comprehensive Strategic Partnership, and Roadmap 2030,” stated the Ministry of External Affairs in a release.
Jaishankar conducted an official visit to the United Kingdom from November 11-15. During the visit, the External Affairs Minister (EAM) had meetings with UK Prime Minister Rishi Sunak, engaged in discussions with the new Foreign Secretary David Cameron, and held meetings with Secretary of State for Home James Cleverly, Secretary of State for Defence Grant Shapps, and National Security Adviser Tim Barrow.
As part of the visit, the External Affairs Minister (EAM) also took part in a discussion on ‘How a Billion People See the World’ at a Policy Event in collaboration with Wilton Park and the Royal Overseas League. Moderated by the distinguished political commentator Lionel Barber, the event drew attendance from parliamentarians, diplomats, journalists, academics, and business leaders.
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