Munich Conference / S Jaishankar met China's Foreign Minister, know what important happened in this brief meeting

Zoom News : Feb 18, 2024, 03:00 PM
Munich Conference: After a long time, the foreign ministers of India and China met briefly in Munich, Germany. S Jaishankar also had extensive talks with Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi in Munich. Let us tell you that Foreign Minister Jaishankar and Chinese counterpart Wang Yi met face to face for the first time in six months in Munich, Germany on Saturday. After this, the two leaders were seen having a brief conversation for the first time in months on the sidelines of the Munich Security Conference. External Affairs Minister S Jaishankar and his Chinese counterpart Wang Yi were seen crossing paths and having a brief conversation after six months of no contact between the two top officials, media reports have claimed.

The conversation between the two leaders took place when Wang was leaving the stage and S Jaishankar was on the stage. S Jaishankar chatted for a few seconds with Wang Yi as he headed towards the stage for a panel discussion with US Secretary of State Antony Blinken and German Foreign Minister Annalena Baerbock. It is not yet known what the two leaders discussed during their brief talks in Germany. There is a widespread period of tension going on between India and China since the year 2020. However, it is not yet clear what the two leaders talked about among themselves.

Jaishankar is in Munich for 4 days

S Jaishankar is currently in Munich to attend the Munich Security Conference (MSC) 2024 from February 16-18. S Jaishankar on Saturday also met his Norwegian counterpart Espen Barth Eid and had "big talks" with him in Munich. The Munich Security Conference (MSC) started on 16 February 2024. In this, world leaders from around the world held important discussions on the world's most serious security challenges. Today is the last day of S Jaishankar's visit to Munich. During the Munich conference, the Indian Foreign Minister spoke strongly on the Israel-Hamas war and the Red Sea crisis. He described Hamas' attack on Israel on October 7 as a terrorist act. It also stressed "its obligation to comply with international humanitarian law" in Gaza.