Latest Hindi News: Foreign Secretary Harsh Vardhan Shringla expressed strong objection to recognition of Kovishield, said- this discriminatory policy
- PM Modi to hold meeting with CAOs of big companies
- PM Modi to hold meeting with US President Biden on Wednesday
- The issues of the United Nations Security Council will definitely be discussed
India’s Foreign Secretary Harsh Vardhan Shringla has strongly objected to recognition of Kovishield. Shringla says that giving recognition to Kovishield is a discriminatory policy. He said that for this reason this policy affects our citizens traveling to the UK. The Secretary of State has strongly raised this issue with the new UK Foreign Secretary.
PM will raise the issue in the United Nations
Harsh Shringla said that I have been told that assurances have been given from their side that this issue will be resolved. On India’s attempt to become a permanent member of the United Nations Security Council, Foreign Secretary Harsh Shringla said that the Prime Minister will definitely mention in his address that how reform can take place in the United Nations, it is needed. The issues of the United Nations Security Council will definitely be discussed.
their bilateral meeting on 24 September
Foreign Secretary Harsh Vardhan Shringla said that in their bilateral meeting every 24 September, PM Modi and the US President will review India-US bilateral relations. Discussions are expected to take place on furthering the global partnership between the two countries, strengthening trade, defense and security cooperation, etc. PM Modi will attend the COVID-19 Global Summit hosted by US President Biden on Wednesday.
PM Modi to hold meeting with CAOs of big companies
The Foreign Secretary said that Prime Minister Modi will hold a meeting with CEOs of some big companies of America to promote investment in India. The Prime Minister will address the United Nations General Assembly on 25 September. In his address, the Prime Minister will talk about important issues like cross-border terrorism, global efforts to tackle COVID and climate change, the need for reforms in multilateral institutions.