Wednesday, May 18, 2022


Ministry of External Affairs

USA: India condemns move after Connecticut General Assembly recognises Sikh separatist declaration, calls it an illegal act

Khalistani supporters were seen holding placards that read, ''Sikh Homeland Punjab (Occupied by India)", "Sikhs for World Peace" and raising slogans of 'Jo Bole So Nihaal'.

‘It is better to engage with the world as who we are rather than how we are perceived’: Foreign minister S Jaishankar at Raisina...

S Jaishankar said that India needs to engage with world with its own identity, rather than pondering over how others perceive us

‘India is deciding what is best for our national interest’: EAM Dr S Jaishankar speaks on Ukraine issue in LokSabha

While answering questions on India's stand on Ukraine situation, EAM Dr S Jaishankar said India's stand is based on national interest.

India says no to ‘high-powered’ UK delegation planning to visit Delhi to persuade govt against Russia, trip cancelled last minute

Initially, the delegation was to visit to discuss the UK-India free trade deal, however, the purpose of their visit changed after Russia launched its special military operations in Ukraine in February.

‘China has no locus standi on Kashmir, it is India’s internal matter’: India rejects Chinese foreign minister’s comments on J&K at OIC

The Ministry of External Affairs (MEA) said other countries including China should note that India refrains from the public judgement of their internal issues.

India is dependent on oil imports and always exploring options, Russia not a major supplier: MEA on reports of India buying discounted Russian oil

MEA clarified that Russia is not a major oil supplier for India, and the country is always exploring all possibilities

‘Govt takes such actions very seriously’, MEA slams OIC for inviting Hurriyat Conference to its foreign ministerial meet in Pakistan

India slammed Organisation of Islamic Cooperation (OIC) for inviting Hurriyat Conference to its foreign ministerial meet in Islamabad

‘147 foreign nationals from 18 countries evacuated under Operation Ganga, evacuation from Kharkiv, Sumy most challenging’: says EAM S Jaishankar

“Despite the challenges posed by the serious ongoing conflict, we have ensured that about 22,500 citizens have returned home safely,” S Jaishankar said in the parliament.

‘No Indian left in Kharkiv, main focus is Sumy now’, MEA gives updates on the evacuation of students from war-torn Ukraine

MEA said that ongoing violence and lack of transportation are challenges for evacuating students stuck in Sumy in Ukraine

MEA arranges buses to evacuate more than 700 Indian students stuck in Ukraine’s Sumy area amid conflict

The MEA has expressed deep concerns for the safety of students stuck in Sumy and requested them to hunker down inside their hostels.

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