UK supports India in fight against terror as Minister visits Delhi


UK, one of the P-5 members of the UN Security Council and one of the sponsors of the fresh proposal to list Jaish-e-Mohammed chief Masood Azhar by the UN Security Council, has supported India’s fight against cross-border terror.

UK minister for Asia Mark Field recently visited India and met foreign secretary Vijay Gokhale to discuss the prevailing Indo-Pak ties. Field was the first minister from a P5 country to visit Delhi after the IAF strikes on Balakot and his visit was part of a  diplomatic initiative taken by India since the Pulwama terror attacks.

“FCO Minister for Asia and the Pacific, Mark Field, visited India from March 1-3 to further strengthen UK-India relations.  Read More

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