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AUKUS mentioned by Australian PM Scott Morrison during bilateral with PM Modi: Foreign secretary Harsh Shringla

DNA India 24 Sep 2021
Under the AUKUS trilateral security pact between Australia, UK and US announced on September 15, the US and UK will help Australia develop nuclear-powered submarines. Foreign secretary Harsh Shringla said, "Prime Minister Morrison did mention the rationale from the Australian side in seeking to initiate the AUKUS alliance ... .
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Qureshi meets Blinken, urges engagement with Taliban

Dawn 24 Sep 2021
US Secretary of State Antony Blinken meets Foreign Minister Shah Mahmood Qureshi on Thursday.—AP ... Foreign Minister Shah Mahmood Qureshi met US Secretary of State Antony Blinken in New York on Thursday on the sidelines of the 76th United Nations General Assembly session.
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Alvi for encouraging foreign investment in ICT sector

The News International 24 Sep 2021
Addressing a meeting via video-link with the Pakistani diaspora from Silicon Valley, USA, he underlined the need to improve the business environment by simplifying the procedure for registration of companies and capital movement to attract foreign investments in Pakistan.
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Security Council powers united on 'stable' Afghanistan

The New Arab 24 Sep 2021
The five permanent Security Council members are united on seeking a stable Afghanistan, UN Secretary-General Antonio Guterres said Wednesday after talks among foreign ministers following the Taliban takeover ... British Foreign Secretary Liz Truss sought the P5 meeting, voicing hope for unity on how to approach the Taliban.
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Meeting of Security Council on sidelines of UNGA saw US call upon other members

Hindustan Times 24 Sep 2021
UK foreign secretary Liz Truss chaired a meeting of the foreign ministers of the P5 and UN secretary-general Antonio Guterres on Wednesday on the sidelines of the 76th session of the UN General Assembly ... “The secretary (Blinken) encouraged the P5 to remain united on Afghanistan, ...
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Liz Truss treating equalities role as ‘side hustle’, says top Tory MP

The Independent 24 Sep 2021
Foreign secretary Liz Truss is treating her role as minister of women and equalities as a “side hustle”, a senior Tory MP has said ... Ms Truss replaced Dominic Raab as foreign secretary in Boris Johnson’s recent cabinet reshuffle, leaving her role as international trade secretary.
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Blinken sees unity on Taliban after talks with Pakistan, China

The Wire Network 24 Sep 2021
US Secretary of State Antony Blinken said Thursday he believed the world was united on pressing the Taliban after speaking with , China and Russia, key players with Afghanistan’s new rulers ... The foreign minister also told Secretary Blinken that Pakistan was committed to facilitating inclusive political settlement of Afghanistan.
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World powers agree to push Taliban to form inclusive government

The Times of India 24 Sep 2021
US secretary of state Antony Blinken and the foreign ministers of Britain, ... A US official described the meeting called by British foreign secretary Liz Truss as “constructive” and with “a lot of convergence,” including hopes that the Taliban respect the rights of women and girls.
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Security Council powers united on stable Afghanistan, says Guterres

The News International 24 Sep 2021
The US secretary of state and the foreign ministers of Britain, France and Russia met in person while their Chinese counterpart Wang Yi joined them virtually for the talks of just over an hour ... British Foreign Secretary Liz Truss sought the P5 meeting, voicing hope for unity on how to approach the Taliban.
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Mexico calls for respect for migrants’ rights, and ‘true international solidarity’

United Nations 24 Sep 2021
In his address to the high-level debate at the UN General Assembly on Thursday, Marcelo Ebrard, the Secretary of Foreign Affairs of Mexico, reaffirmed his country’s commitment against discrimination and hate speech and called for more solidarity ... In this sense, the Secretary of ...
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Liz Truss accused of treating equalities role as ‘side hustle’

The Guardian 24 Sep 2021
Foreign secretary’s ‘day job’ risks sidelining hard-won rights, chair of women and equalities ...
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China is dragon in the room, but Pakistan remains the irritant in talks between US and India

The Times of India 24 Sep 2021
She agreed with the prime minister's briefing on cross border terrorism, and the fact that India has been a victim of terrorism for several decades now and on the need to rein in, and closely monitor Pakistan's support for such terrorist groups,” India's foreign Secretary Harsh Vardhan Shringla said at a briefing on the talks.
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PM Modi-US VP meet: Harris refers to Pak's terror role, agrees on need to monitor ...

India TV 24 Sep 2021
Her "suo moto" referred to Pakistan's role with regard to terrorism and she agreed on the need to rein-in and closely monitor Islamabad support for terror groups, informed Foreign Secretary Harsh V Shringla ... that of India," the Foreign Secretary said during a special briefing.
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At meet with PM Modi, Kamala Harris refers to Pakistan's terror role, agrees on need ...

DNA India 24 Sep 2021
During her meeting with Prime Minister Narendra Modi, US Vice President Kamala Harris "suo moto" referred to Pakistan's role with regard to terrorism and agreed on the need to rein-in and closely monitor Islamabad support for terror groups, informed Foreign Secretary Harsh V Shringla.
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