Jaishankar meets envoys from Latin America and Caribbean countries in Delhi

External Affairs Minister S Jaishankar met with envoys from Latin American and Caribbean countries on Friday, emphasizing the strengthening of comprehensive bilateral relations.

The meeting took place before Jaishankar’s visit to South America.

“Pleasure to welcome to New Delhi Ambassadors from the Group of Latin American and Caribbean Countries – Argentina, Brazil, Colombia, Costa Rica, Cuba, Dominican Republic, Ecuador, Jamaica, Mexico, Panama, Paraguay, Suriname and Uruguay” , Jaishankar tweeted. .

“So much potential to develop our cooperation. Encourage their efforts to realize it fully. I thank them for their views and insights as I head to the region tonight,” he added.

India’s ties with the African continent have intensified in recent years.

Last month, Jaishankar said India had extended more than $12.3 billion in concessional loans to Africa and completed 197 projects so far.

India’s bilateral trade with Africa reached $89.5 billion in 2021-22, up from $56 billion the previous year.

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