External affairs minister to reach out to Indian purposes shortly by video conference
Subrahmanyam Jaishankar, External affairs minister will communicate with administrators of Indian mission over the world to have them posted regarding the actions India is practising on the spread of Sars-Cov-2 virus and to gain the confidence of the representatives on the frontline.
The communication, being carried through video conference, will start at 4.45 pm (IST), people close with the development stated.
The primary purpose is to interact with the heads of mission, brief them regarding Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s address and ask the representatives on the frontline to continue careful, the people cited above stated. Jaishankar is a section of the group of ministers introduced to control the Indian reply to the virus.
A South Block official stated the foreign minister’s video discussion was also intended to bring in a particular touch to the ministry’s communication with the administrators of missions who encounter unprecedented difficulties in engaging in foreign nations at a nervous time like this.
He had also stressed that the virus, which had affected the world more than the two world wars, would hurt nations and the worldwide economy too. Various other world managers have too showed similar attention to the risk acted by the disease that started in China.
It is in connection with this evaluation that issues are also being proposed regarding the silence of the United Nations Security Council on forming a global reply to the spread of Sars-Cov-2.