Meeting: Talks between Saudi Arabia's Foreign Minister Al Saud and Dr. S Jaishankar, many important issues were discussed

 External Affairs Minister S Jaishankar on Sunday held discussions with his Saudi counterpart Faisal bin Farhan Al Saud on a range of bilateral and regional issues, including the Afghanistan crisis. During the talks, Dr. S Jaishankar, while appreciating the country for the support provided to the Indian community during the Corona pandemic, called for further easing of restrictions on travel from India to Gulf countries. In addition, the two leaders emphasized the need to further expand bilateral relations in the areas of defense and security, trade, investment and energy. Let us inform that Al Saud reached New Delhi on Saturday evening on a three-day tour.

After the meeting, the Ministry of External Affairs gave important information

At the same time, after the meeting of the two leaders, the Ministry of External Affairs, while giving detailed information, said that the two ministers discussed all issues related to their bilateral relations and regional and international issues of mutual interest. The Ministry of External Affairs said that the two ministers also reviewed the implementation of the 'Strategic Partnership Council Agreement' signed between the two sides during Prime Minister Narendra Modi's visit to Saudi Arabia in October 2019. The two sides discussed further steps to strengthen their partnership in trade, investment, energy, defence, security, culture, consular issues, health care and human resources. At the same time, after the meeting, both sides expressed satisfaction at the meetings held and the progress achieved under the agreement.

Farhan Al Saud to meet PM Modi on Monday

Farhan Al Saud will meet Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Monday. He has come on this visit at a time when India is in touch with all the powerful countries regarding the developments after the Taliban occupation of Afghanistan. It is said that the main topic of talks between Jaishankar and Al Saud was the situation in Afghanistan.

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