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Foreign Minister S Jaishankar is on an official visit to Austria.
There he met Austrian Chancellor Karl Nehmer.
During his interaction with the NRIs here, he also spoke about the relations with Bangladesh.

Vienna. Foreign Minister S Jaishankar (S Jaishankar) reached the Austrian capital Vienna on Sunday after his visit to Cyprus. After doing a dig in Pakistan on terrorism in Cyprus, he made a big statement here about China. On Sunday, he described the problem with China as an “acute challenge”. Along with that, he also searched Pakistan here. He said the problem of cross-border terrorism from Pakistan persists.

According to an ANI report, the Minister of External Affairs was interacting here with the NRIs. He further said that there have been vast changes in India’s national security. Much of it centers on the acute challenges facing the country along its northern border with China. Which we face on our northern border with China. I think most of you know him.

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Discussion on the relationship with Bangladesh
He also discussed relations with Bangladesh in Vienna. He said on this subject that if there is a border and a region that has improved considerably over the last decade, it is the East and North East of India. The reason is that we have really improved our relations with Bangladesh. We have concluded our agreement on land borders with this country. And indeed, it is an example of successful diplomacy.

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Jaishankar is known to be on an official visit to Austria, where he met Austrian Chancellor Karl Nehmer and Bulgarian President Rumen Georgiev Radev. He tweeted about it and said he had a good meeting with Bulgarian President Rumen Georgiev Radev in Vienna.

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