The visit comes nearly three months after the two countries decided to establish a joint ministerial commission to formulate a framework to strengthen ties in sectors like energy, trade, investment, manpower and labour and information technology.
India’s bitter standoff with Twitter, WhatsApp has cast a shadow over the trip, making Jaishankar’s task much more difficult
According to numerous sources, two members of the delegation tested positive on Tuesday with further test results still awaited.
"I do want to say that as a land of Mahatma Gandhi, we can never ever turn our eyes away from racism wherever it is," he said.
Jaishankar also highlighted how international partnerships can make a difference in the development of a state.
Jaishankar said that the relationship between India and China were at a 'crossroads' and choices made by the two countries will have "profound repercussions" for the entire world.
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