London: Indian Foreign Secretary S Jaishankar visited the UK on February 23-24 for talks with his British and Commonwealth counterparts.
Jaishankar was here to attend the extraordinary meeting of the Commonwealth Ministerial Action Group of which India is a member.
He also held bilateral meetings with Chancellor of the Duchy of Lancaster Oliver Letwin, Minister of State at the Foreign and Commonwealth Office Hugo Swire and National Security Adviser Mark Lyall Grant to discuss the follow-up action on decisions reached during Prime Minister Narendra Modi`s visit in November 2015 and on other issues of mutual interest, according to a Indian High Commission press release.
He also interacted with a select group of scholars and editors on a range of topics, including India`s foreign policy and regional and global issues.
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