Foreign Minister S Jaishankar Reaches Cyprus Meets Anita Demetrio Pays Tribute To Mahatma Gandhi
India Cyprus Relation: India’s Foreign Minister Dr. S. Jaishankar (S. Jaishankar) reached Cyprus on Thursday (December 29) on a three-day (December 29-31) official visit. After reaching Cyprus, he met the Speaker Anita Demetrio.
During this, he paid tribute to the statue of Mahatma Gandhi, the Father of the Nation, in Nicosia. Foreign Minister S Jaishankar said that we paid tribute to Mahatma Gandhi here during my visit to Cyprus with the Speaker of the House of Representatives, Anita. He said that the universal message of peace and harmony shown by him to the world will continue to guide all of us.
Started my Cyprus visit by joining President of House of Representatives @AnnitaDemetriou in paying homage to Mahatma Gandhi in Nicosia.
His universal message of peace and harmony continues to guide us all. pic.twitter.com/rZCv1ZVkj8
Dr. S. Jaishankar (@DrSJaishankar) December 29, 2022
‘Turkey’s complaint to India’
In a tweet made after meeting Foreign Minister S Jaishankar, Speaker Anita Demetriou said that I had a very fruitful discussion with the Foreign Minister of India. During this, we talked about further deepening the bilateral relations between the two countries. During this, we also informed them about the provocation by Turkey.
He wrote that during this we also had a very detailed conversation on energy, migration and climate crisis.
In a very useful conversation with me 🇮🇳 ΥΠΕΞ @DrSJaishankar We consider ways to further deepen bilateral relations and develop synergies on critical issues: energy, sustainability, climate crisis. We are informed about Turkish challenges at the expense of 🇨🇾. pic.twitter.com/y7ooLdzKvX
— Annita Demetriou (@AnnitaDemetriou) December 29, 2022
Jaishankar is scheduled to address the business and investment community in Cyprus. Apart from this, the Foreign Minister will also address the people of the Indian community here. After this, he will leave for Austria on 31 December.
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