Foreign relations of India: Current Affairs, GK & News - 2020-2021
India Argentina relations
Published: September 17, 2019
The relations between India and Argentina were cordial and warm since the British times. India opened its trade commission in Buenos Aires in 1943. The center was later converted into Indian embassy in 1943. It was the first embassy established by India in the continent of South America. India provides 35 ITEC slots to the ..
Topics: Foreign relations of India
India – South Africa relations
Published: September 14, 2019
The relations between India and South Africa are age old. India was at the forefront in supporting South Africa in its anti apartheid movement in 1946. However, after 1950s the trade and relations were not as good as earlier. It was again restored in 1993 after the opening of cultural center in Johannesburg. Trade flourished ..
Topics: Foreign relations • Foreign relations of Brazil • Foreign relations of India • Foreign relations of South Africa • IBSA • IBSA Dialogue Forum • IBSA summit • International Relations • Politics by country
Indian Ambassador Conferred Order of Zayed II Honour
Published: September 13, 2019
The outgoing Indian Ambassador to the United Arab Emirates (UAE), Navdeep Singh Suri was conferred with the First Class Order of Zayed II Honour in recognition of his efforts and contribution to the development and strengthening of bilateral ties between India and UAE. It is a rare honour given to any diplomat. Mr Navdeep Singh ..
Topics: Countries • Foreign relations of India • Government of India • Middle Eastern foreign policy of the Narendra Modi government • Narendra Modi • Navdeep Singh • Navdeep Singh Suri • United Arab Emirates • Zayed bin Sultan Al Nahyan
How important is India’s first region-specific line of credit that India is extending to Far East of Russia?
Published: September 6, 2019
Addressing an international gathering at the Plenary Session of the 5th Eastern Economic Forum (EEF) which is currently being held in Vladivostok, the Indian Prime Minister, Narendra Modi made a significant announcement when he stated that India is ready to extend a USD 1 billion line of credit for the investment in and the development ..
Topics: Countries • Eastern Economic Forum • Foreign policy of the Narendra Modi government • Foreign relations of India • Government of India • Gujarati people • Indian Hindus • International organizations • Narendra Modi • Russia
What happened in Seoul Defence Dialogue 2019?
Published: September 6, 2019
The Indian Defence Minister made a crystal clear statement about India’s military might on the sidelines of the Seoul Defence Dialogue 2019. The Defence Minister stated that while India has never been an aggressor nor attacked or initiated conflict with any nation, it would not hold back if any other country attacked it or attempted ..