Khurshid to visit Germany, Belgium to push EU accord
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External affairs minister Salman Khurshid will visit two important European Union countries — Germany and Belgium —from Monday to push the long-pending India-EU trade accord.
Khurshid will hold discussions with German foreign minister Guido Westerwelle and would call on
chancellor Angela Merkel during his two-day visit on January 28-29. Germany is India's largest trading partner in Europe.