External Affairs Minister S.K. Jaishankar has tweeted that during his visit to Britain, he has come into ‘contact’ with potential Kovid positive people. Jaishankar arrived in London on Monday for a four-day visit to Britain, where he was to attend the meeting of foreign ministers of G7 countries. He was scheduled to meet with UK Foreign Minister Dominit Raab, which will now be online. foreign Minister ‘S tweet said,’ I have been made aware about the possible Kovid positive case coming into contact on Tuesday evening. As a precaution, I have decided to hold all my meetings in virtual mode. I will be present virtually in today’s G7 meeting. ‘
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Was made aware yesterday evening of exposure to possible Covid positive cases. As a measure of abundant caution and also out of consideration for others, I decided to conduct my engagements in the virtual mode. That will be the case with the G7 Meeting today as well.
– Dr. S. Jaishankar (@DrSJaishankar) May 5, 2021
Reports said that two members of the small delegation accompanying the foreign minister have been found to be Kovid-19 positive. The Group of 7 Summit (G7) includes Canada, France, Germany, Italy, Japan, the US and the UK, as well as the European Union. According to sources, two members of the UK delegation accompanying Jaishankar were found infected with Kovid-19 on Tuesday and further investigation report is awaited. Jaishankar arrived in London on Monday at the invitation of the UK Foreign Minister to attend the meeting of Foreign Ministers and Development Ministers of the G-7 group of countries.
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External Affairs Minister Jaishankar on Tuesday met UK Home Minister Preeti Patel in London to sign an “important” new immigration and movement partnership agreement. He said that the agreement would further strengthen the existing links between the two countries. According to the office of the UK’s home department, the new agreement will provide youth between 18 and 30 years of age to both countries under a professional and cultural exchange program for 24 months. Facility to work and live in each other’s country