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Want to strengthen ties, India tells envoys of Latin American countries

DNA Tuesday, 10 November 2020 ()
MEA hosted a lunch for Latin American envoys during which the focus was on New Delhi's outreach to the region and ties that can be further strengthened. The lunch saw the participation of envoys of several countries like Venezuela, Mexico, Brazil.
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