new Delhi: Describing the amended citizenship regulation (CAA) as an inner matter of India, the Ministry of External Affairs mentioned on Thursday that it had taken cognizance of the European Parliament's choice to not vote on the CAA decision and would proceed to speak with their members on the problem.
Raveesh Kumar, MEA: We have famous the choice of European Union Parliament to not put the CAA decision to vote today. We have famous that European Commission & dhapos; s clarification that the opinions expressed by European Parliament & its members don & dhapos; t symbolize official place of EU. pic.twitter.com/X72Qxk6ZZh
– ANI (@ANI) January 30, 2020
Foreign Ministry spokesman Ravish Kumar advised reporters that India has seen the European Commission's rationalization that the views of the European Parliament don’t mirror the group's official stand. <! –
He mentioned that as I’ve mentioned earlier than that CAA is India's inner matter. It has been adopted appropriately and democratically. He mentioned that we are going to proceed the dialogue with the members of the European Parliament. When requested a few report about US President Donald Trump's proposed go to to India, Kumar mentioned that the 2 nations are negotiating diplomatically on this matter. In this, the date and different issues are being discussed. I’m not ready to say something about this now.
A Foreign Ministry spokesman mentioned that India has raised the problem of anti-India protests on Sunday outdoors the Indian High Commission in London earlier than the UK authorities. He mentioned that such incidents create issues in functioning within the High Commission and we hope that such incidents is not going to be repeated.