Antonio Guterres and S Jaishankar meet in New York (Image: Twitter/@drsjaishankar)
Guterres and Jaishankar discussed traits connected to Afghanistan and Myanmar besides to the ongoing conflict in Ukraine
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Exterior Affairs Minister S Jaishankar has held a “large-ranging dialogue” with UN Secretary-Usual Antonio Guterres and exchanged views on the worldwide influence of the Ukraine conflict besides to the build in Afghanistan and Myanmar.
Jaishankar arrived right here on Wednesday evening following his visit to Washington.
“A panoramic dialogue with UNSG @antonioguterres. Exchanged views on the worldwide influence of the Ukraine conflict, namely on food and energy security. Implications for establishing countries are serious,” Jaishankar tweeted on Thursday.
“Spoke about most up-to-date traits in appreciate of Afghanistan and Myanmar. Adore his hobby in working with India to successfully contend with crucial up-to-the-minute challenges,” he acknowledged.
The Taliban seized vitality in Afghanistan on August 15, two weeks ahead of the US’ total troop withdrawal on August 31 after a costly two-decade conflict. This forced Afghan President Ashraf Ghani, who modified into as soon as backed by the US-led West, to wing the nation to the UAE.
The Taliban insurgents stormed sooner or later of Afghanistan and captured all main cities in a matter of days, as Afghan security forces knowledgeable and geared up by the US and its allies melted away.
Jaishankar and Defence Minister Rajnath Singh were in Washington for the 2+2 Ministerial Dialogue with their US counterparts Secretary of Direct Antony Blinken and Secretary of Defence Lloyd J Austin III.