Port Louis [Mauritius]:
External Affairs Minister S Jaishankar, who’s on his two-day go to to Mauritius, supplied prayers on the holy Ganga Talao on Wednesday morning.
“Offered prayers at the holy Ganga Talao this morning. Grateful to FM Alan Ganoo, Culture Minister Avinash Teeluck and Agriculture Minister Maneesh Gobin for joining me,” S Jaishankar mentioned in a tweet.
This was the final leg of his two-nation tour. Earlier, he had visited the Maldives.
India and Mauritius had on Monday signed free commerce settlement together with 5 key pacts. This is the primary such settlement with an African nation.
The settlement was signed through the go to of the External Affairs Minister to the island nation.
S Jaishankar, who addressed the media with the Prime Minister of Mauritius, mentioned India is privileged to have entered the Comprehensive Economic Cooperation and Partnership Agreement (CECPA) with Mauritius.
The CECPA is far-reaching and may unleash new and expanded alternatives in commerce, items and companies, mentioned Mauritius Prime Minister Pravind Jugnauth on Monday.
“The Comprehensive Economic Cooperation and Partnership Agreement is the first of its kind, signed by India with an African country. It is far-reaching and should unleash new and expanded opportunities in trade, goods and services, investment, economic cooperation and technical assistance,” mentioned Mr Jugnauth whereas talking on the India-Mauritius joint assertion together with Minister of External Affairs S Jaishankar.
During their meet, the 2 leaders reiterated the decision for peace and safety within the Indo-Pacific area and highlighted the “converging views” of New Delhi and Port Louis on a rules-based worldwide order.