Sushma Swaraj is visiting Russia at the invitation of Deputy Prime Minister and Presidential Plenipotentiary Envoy to the Far Eastern Federal District Yury Trutnev.
According to the Sri Lankan Foreign Ministry officials, Indian foreign secretary, S Jaishankar is expected to attend the conference. Peace, progress and prosperity will be theme at the event, Law and Order Minister Sagala Ratnayake said.
Swaraj’s assurance to the family from Lahore came after the mother of the child, Rohaan, sought the minister’s intervention. “We will give medical visa for his treatment in India,” Swaraj tweeted.
The Videsh Bhavan at Bandra Kurla Complex houses all four subordinate offices of MEA, the regional passport office, the protector of emigrants, the branch secretariat and the regional office of the ICCR.
“EAM @SushmaSwaraj welcomes Mr. Sheikh Mohamed bin Abdulrahman Al-Thani, Foreign Minister of Qatar on his visit to India,” MEA spokesperson Raveesh Kumar tweeted along with a picture of the two leaders.
Sheikh Mohammed bin Abdulrahman bin Jassim Al-Thani, Minister of Foreign Affairs of Qatar also met Prime Minister Narendra Modi and discussed bilateral relations.
According to sources, Sushma’s August 16 letter to the ministers said the objective behind the PM’s drive is to put these numbers together before the people through BJP party workers.
“I would request @SushmaSwaraj to intervene and bring the girl back to India from Oman,” the minister wrote on the microblogging site. She also asked the National Commission for Protection of Child Rights to contact the family members of the girl.
Tanveer who is suffering from a recurrent ameloblastoma, a cancerous oral tumour, was to get her treatment at the Inderprastha Dental College and Hospital (IDCH) in Ghaziabad. She had made an advance payment of Rs 10 lakh for treatment but her medical visa application was rejected.
Swaraj, who was in Kathmandu to attend the BIMSTEC ministerial-level meeting, spent a substantial part of her two-day visit with Nepali actors including Deuba. The message she tried to convey was India wanted a constructive engagement with Nepal and erase the image of an “external micro-manager”.
External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj, will speak at the summit expected to be attended by 250 delegates from Indonesia, Singapore, Philippines, Malaysia, Brunei, Thailand, Cambodia, Laos, Myanmar, Vietnam and India.
Bhutan has conveyed to the Chinese side, both on the ground and through diplomatic channels, that the construction of a road inside Bhutanese territory is a direct violation of agreements and affects the process of demarcating the boundary between the two countries.
In the eastern sector, as reported by The Indian Express, Army units in Sikkim have already been staged forward as they undertake their Operational Alert this month which has been advanced from October. No movement of troops has, however, taken place in Ladakh, the other major area where India and China share a disputed border.
Sushma Swaraj called on Bhandari and recalled the successful visit of Nepalese president to India earlier this year, which “further strengthened our age old ties”, according to a statement released by the Ministry of External Affairs in New Delhi.
This will be Sushma Swaraj’s second visit to Bangladesh. She was last here in 2014. The JCC meeting is to review the implementation and progress of decisions taken during Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina’s visit to India in April this year