\n \n \n Exterior Affairs Minister S Jaishankar met prime leaders of the European Union and held wide-ranging talks on points, together with financial cooperation, climate change and capability constructing, that may "benefit both India and EU". \n \n Jaishankar, who was in Germany in the course of the weekend for the Munich Safety Convention, arrived right here on Monday to organize the bottom for Prime Minister Narendra Modi's deliberate go to for the India-EU summit right here subsequent month. \n \n The international minister met EU Commissioner for Worldwide Partnerships Jutta Urpilainen and the 2 leaders mentioned experiences in capability constructing and growth partnerships. \n \n "Coordination on these issues would be to the benefit of both India and EU," Jaishankar tweeted. \n \n The minister additionally held "positive and productive" parleys on the International Affairs Council of the EU. \n \n "Thank the attending Foreign Ministers, Ambassadors & senior officials and most of all HR (High Representative) @JosepBorrellF. Looking forward to working together to strengthen this key partnership," he mentioned. \n \n Jaishankar additionally met EU Commissioner for Commerce Phil Hogan and "exchanged views on the prospects for India-EU economic cooperation."\n\nHe appreciated President of the European Council \n \n \n \n \n \n Charles Michel for his imaginative and prescient for the EU and Eu-India relations and expressed assured that "his (Michel) leadership can translate that into substantive outcomes."Jaishankar held a really "engaging" dialog with Government Vice-President for the European Inexperienced Deal Frans Timmermans and the 2 leaders mentioned experiences on sustainability, climate change, atmosphere and innovation. \n \n Jaishankar additionally had an open dialogue with members of the European Parliament representing a broad spectrum of politics and member states. \n \n "The interaction covered political, economic and social issues. Noted their deep interest in India and our relations with the EU," he tweeted. \n \n Jaishankar's go to comes weeks after the European Parliament postponed till March a vote on a joint movement, combining 5 completely different resolutions tabled by its members in opposition to India's Citizenship Modification Act, which was debated at its Plenary session in Brussels. \n \n Throughout the debate, Helena Dalli, the Vice-President of the European Fee and Excessive Consultant of the Union for International Affairs and Safety Coverage, had mentioned the Fee was wanting ahead to Prime Minister Modi's go to to Brussels in March for the 15th India-EU Summit.