India, Austria talks over terrorism, developments in Indo-Pacific, COVID-19 | India Information
New Delhi: India and Austria mentioned a bunch of key points throughout their international workplace consultations, together with developments within the Indo-Pacific, terrorism and India-EU relations, the Ministry of Exterior Affairs stated on Tuesday (March 23).
The sixth International Workplace Consultations between India and Austria came about on March 18 within the digital format, the MEA stated in an announcement.
The consultations have been led on the Indian facet by Dammu Ravi, Extra Secretary (Europe and COVID19) within the Ministry of Exterior Affairs (MEA) and on the Austrian facet by Ambassador Gregor Koessler, Director Common for Political Affairs within the Austrian Federal Ministry for European and Worldwide Affairs.
India and Austria have heat and cordial relations that are primarily based on shared values of democracy, freedom, rule of regulation and equality, the MEA stated.
“Our bilateral relations are marked by sturdy linkages throughout establishments, academia, tradition and other people to folks ties,” it stated.
The talks coated your entire gamut of bilateral relations, together with political, financial and business ties in addition to cultural and tutorial linkages, the assertion stated.
Either side additionally exchanged views on the COVID-19 pandemic and post-pandemic restoration together with vaccines, it stated.
Regional and world points together with developments within the Indo-Pacific, neighbourhood coverage, terrorism and India-EU Relations, amongst others, have been mentioned, the MEA stated.
Deliberations additionally coated points in multilateral fora such because the United Nations reforms and India’s priorities throughout its time period within the United Nations Safety Council.