India and United Kingdom discusses UN Reforms, Counter-Terrorism and Climate Change

Both sides also discussed the Commonwealth Strategic Plan and its goals. 

On Wednesday, India and the United Kingdom had talks on critical areas of mutual concern, including UN reforms, counter-terrorism, peacekeeping, and climate action, according to the Ministry of External Affairs. 

The second India-United Kingdom Multilateral Dialogue took place in London on Monday. 

Prakash Gupta, Joint Secretary (UN Political), Ministry of External Affairs, led the Indian mission, while Harriet Mathews, Deputy Political Director for UN, UK Foreign, Commonwealth and Development Office, led the UK delegation (FCDO). 

According to the MEA, the UK congratulated India on its successful chairmanship of the UN Security Council in August 2021. 

The talks focused on UN reforms, counter-terrorism, peacekeeping, and climate action, according to the statement. 

Both sides also discussed the Commonwealth Strategic Plan and its goals. 

According to the statement, the delegations agreed to continue working closely to enhance their cooperation on multilateral problems. 

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