Exterior Affairs Minister S Jaishankar held a “complete dialogue” along with his Mexican counterpart Marcelo Ebrard Casaubón and reviewed cooperation in varied fields, together with commerce, funding and house, stressing that the 2 nations should collaborate extra carefully in worldwide boards.
Jaishankar is on a three-day go to to Mexico, his first to the North American nation because the Exterior Affairs Minister.
“Concluded a complete dialogue with FM @m_ebrard of Mexico. Reviewed our political cooperation, commerce and funding, house and scientific potential, cultural exchanges and consular points. Shared views on governance challenges and world narratives,” Jaishankar tweeted after the assembly on Monday.
Jaishankar, the primary Exterior Affairs Minister to go to Mexico in 41 years, mentioned, “India and Mexico should collaborate extra carefully in worldwide boards. Glad to notice our Mexican companions reciprocating this sentiment.”
Earlier, Jaishankar was acquired by Minister of Finance and Public Credit score Rogelio Ramírez de la O with whom he mentioned Mexico’s response to the Covid-19 pandemic.
Jaishankar reached Mexico on the invitation of his Mexican counterpart Casaubón after concluding his go to to the US for the 76th session of the United Nations Common Meeting.
Jaishankar will work together with the main CEOs and the enterprise group in Mexico, which is presently India’s second largest commerce companion in Latin America and is a member of the United Nations Safety Council (UNSC) alongside India for the 2021-22 interval, in response to the Ministry of Exterior Affairs (MEA).
The 2-way commerce in 2018 was $10.155 billion, comprising exports value $5.231 billion and imports valued at $4.923 billion, in response to official knowledge.
India’s exports comprise primarily of automobiles and auto elements, chemical substances, aluminium merchandise, electrical equipment and digital tools, metal, gems and ceramic merchandise. India imports crude oil, electrical items and equipment from Mexico.