External Affairs Minister Salman Khurshid met his British counterpart William Hague on Friday and discussed bilateral matters and foreign policy issues.
The two leaders reviewed bilateral relations between India and the UK and also discussed current regional issues in South Asia, the Middle East and Europe.
“I was delighted to welcome my counterpart in India, minister Salman Khurshid in Commonwealth Week, which aptly reflects the spirit of our friendship and motivation toward the shared goals and values of Britain and India”, UK Foreign Secretary Hague said after the meeting.
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“We discussed a wide range of issues, including bilateral matters and foreign policy issues in South Asia, West Asia and Europe. We agreed to keep in close touch on these and other issues as part of our continued commitment to a stronger, wider and deeper relationship between the UK and India”. Hague also briefed the visiting minister on his Preventing Sexual Violence in Conflict Initiative.
Khurshid is in London to attend the Commonwealth Ministerial Action Group (CMAG) at the Commonwealth Secretariat here.
Earlier this week, the UK and India held talks on multilateral affairs, including reform of the UN Security Council, UN Peacekeeping and Post-2015 Development Agenda and issues in the Middle East, as part of their regular engagement on topics of shared interest.