Port Louis: Foreign Minister S Jaishankar met with Mauritius President Prithviraj Singh Rupan on Monday and the two leaders discussed "very specific" bilateral relations. In addition, Jaishankar met Prime Minister of Mauritius Pravind Jagannath and also held talks with the then Foreign Minister M Alan Ganu during which he reviewed "excellent" bilateral relations and successful development partnerships.
Jaishankar, who arrived in the strategically important maritime neighboring country of Mauritius in the Indian Ocean region from Maldives on Sunday night in the final leg of his two-nation tour, said India would remain ready as a partner in Mauritius' economic reform and revival efforts. Jaishankar tweeted, "Thank you to President Prithviraj Singh Rupan for receiving me. There was a great discussion on our 'very special' relationship." The External Affairs Minister tweeted, "Beginning our Mauritius visit with Foreign Minister Alan Gunu Excited by Reviewed its excellent bilateral relations and successful development partnership.
Jaishankar later met Indian-origin Prime Minister Jagannath and handed him over one lakh additional doses of commercially produced India-produced Kovid-19 vaccines. He tweeted, "India will always be there to help. Symbolically handed over one lakh additional doses of commercially produced India-produced Kovid-19 vaccine. ” He also expressed good wishes to Prime Minister Narendra Modi for Prime Minister Jagannath. Jaishankar tweeted, "Praised the management of the epidemic under his leadership."
In another tweet, he said, "extensively discussed the status of implementation of various infrastructure projects. Praised the Mauritius side's effectiveness in taking them forward. " Mauritius Prime Minister Pravind Jagannath said after meeting with Foreign Minister S Jaishankar here on Monday that Mauritius and India are working with a shared ambition for a safe and prosperous Indian Ocean. During the meeting, various issues were discussed between the two including establishing peace and respect for the rule of law in the strategically important Indian Pacific region.