External Affairs Minister Dr. S Jaishankar today, October 6, held talks with New Zealand Foreign Minister Nanaia Mahuta in Auckland.

In a tweet, Dr. Jaishankar said, the talks were warm and productive. He said, the two societies, respectful of tradition and culture are seeking to forge a more contemporary relationship. 

The External Affairs Minister both will do so if we play to our strengths, Business, technology, digital, education, talent, and agriculture. He said, there can be cooperation on pressing global issues including climate action, pandemics, and maritime security. 

Dr. Jaishankar appreciated the exchange of views on international concerns such as the Indo-Pacific and the Ukraine conflict. He said, India values both countries working together in multilateral forums including the UN and

Commonwealth. The External Affairs Minister also took up the issue of Indian students impacted by Covid measures. 

He urged expeditious visa processing of those desirous of studying in New Zealand now.
Today, October 6, Dr. Jaishankar will participate in an event along with Prime Minister of New Zealand Jacinda Ardern to felicitate members of the Indian community in New Zealand for their exceptional achievements and contributions. 

Both leaders will release India@75 postage stamps to commemorate and showcase Azadi Ka Amrit Mahotsav in New Zealand. He will launch the book ‘Modi@20: Dreams Meet Delivery’. A book showcasing Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s special bond with the Sikh community ‘Heartfelt - The Legacy of Faith’ will also be released.

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