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New chapter between India and Ireland: by fortifying bilateral ties

New Delhi: India and Ireland are preparing to strengthen their ties through bilateral talks. Yesterday, the foreign ministries of the two countries met for the ninth time in New Delhi.

The discussion included Indian Foreign Secretary Sanjay Verma and Irish Foreign Affairs Political Division Deputy Secretary General Sonja Hyland.

Both parties reiterated their commitment to working together to promote development and economic growth. The next round of negotiations will take place in Dublin. The meeting was adjourned with the assurance that a suitable date would be determined later.

Both sides discussed political engagement, trade and investment issues; aviation; ICT; pharmaceuticals; healthcare; agri-tech; S&T; renewable energy; advanced technologies; education-skill development; consular issues; tourism; cultural cooperation; European Union; Indo-Pacific; cooperation in the UN and other international organisations; UNSC reforms; terrorism; and security issues in Ukraine, Afghanistan, DPRK, and Myanmar.

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