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India, EU postpone summit over coronavirus

IndiaTimes Thursday, 5 March 2020
As European Union institutions in Brussels showed their first cases of coronavirus, India, and the EU postponed the bilateral summit scheduled for March 13. MEA spokesperson said that India and the EU share same concerns about global health. The European Defence Agency and the Council of the European Union both have reported their first cases of coronavirus.
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