foreign minister

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foreign minister

, secretary
a cabinet minister who is responsible for a country's dealings with other countries
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The meeting between the two Foreign Secretaries was scheduled at the directive of the two Prime Ministers," the Pakistan's Ministry of External Affairs further added.
While around 125,000 will go to perform Haj through the Haj Committee of India, under the aegis of central government through the Ministry of External Affairs, the rest of the pilgrims will travel through private tour operators.
The Ministry of External Affairs has already begun preparations to brief the new government to be formed after the Lok Sabha polls on key foreign policy issues that will require its attention, officials said.
Address : Ministry Of External Affairs, Jnb, Janpath, New Delhi
New Delhi, June 19 ( ANI ): The Ministry of External Affairs (MEA) has introduced a 24*7 helpline for the Indians trapped in Iraq.
Wadhwa was on an official visit to Oman, incidentally his first assignment after assuming the post of Secretary (East) on January 6, 2014 at the Ministry of External Affairs in India.
THE Ministry of External Affairs ( MEA) will soon be just a phone tap away.
Address : Foreign Service Institute, Ministry Of External Affairs, New Delhi
As per the new regulation, governments seeking to recruit Indian nurses will first approach the Indian Ministry of External Affairs which in turn will ask the designated government agencies to fulfill the requirements.
The Ministry of External Affairs had confirmed on Wednesday that the 40 Indians, who had gone missing in Mosul, Iraq, had indeed been kidnapped.
The Indian secretary (East) in the Ministry of External Affairs also met with Sayyid Badr bin Hamad bin Hamoud Al Busaidi, secretary-general of the Foreign Affairs Ministry, in the presence of a number of officials of the ministry.
We have also requested the Ministry of External Affairs that it should take up this issue with the 70 participating countries through its embassies abroad," Singh said.

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