National News: President Ram Nath Kovind on September 8 night left for a visit to Iceland, Switzerland, and Slovenia during which he will hold converses with the top authority of those nations to fortify two-sided ties.
“To proceed with India’s commitment and lift the reciprocal relations with Iceland, Switzerland, and Slovenia, PresidentKovind emplanes for State visits with an abnormal state assignment,” Ministry of External Affairs Spokesperson Raveesh Kumar tweeted.
President Kovind will visit Iceland from September 9-11. He will at that point head to Switzerland and will, at last, arrive at Slovenia on September 15. He will head back on September 17.
Kashmir circumstance will be on the plan during converses with Prez Kovind: Swiss govt. Pakistan on September 8 had rejected India’s solicitation to permit President Kovind to utilize its airspace for his trip to Iceland. In New Delhi, MEA representative Kumar said India had lamented Pakistan’s choice to not enable the president to utilize its airspace.
“We lament the choice of Pakistan government to deny overflight freedom for a VVIP extraordinary flight which is generally allowed routinely by any typical nation. We approach Pakistan to perceive the vanity of such one-sided activities,” Kumar had said.