PM Modi will visit Saudi Arabia next week, many important agreements to be made

New Delhi: India and Saudi Arabia will sign important agreements during PM Narendra Modi's two-day visit to the Gulf country starting Monday to strengthen ties in several key sectors, including oil and gas, renewable energy and civil aviation. Secretary (Economic Relations) in the Ministry of External Affairs, TS Tirumurthy, has said that among the important agreements to be signed is the commencement of the India-Saudi Arabia Diplomatic Partnership Council, the Memorandum of Understanding on the launch of RuPay Card and the e-migration system of the two countries. Bringing coordination involves separate contracts.

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Addressing journalists about PM Modi's visit, the official has said that the two sides will also discuss increasing defence and security cooperation. He has stated that the first naval practice between the two countries will take place by the end of this year or early next year. Asked if PM Modi would brief the Saudi Arabian leadership about India's decisions on Kashmir, the official replied that Riyadh had agreed to the recent developments in the Valley.

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Regarding cross-border terrorism, Tirumurthy said both India and Saudi Arabia were concerned about terrorism, which appeared in a joint statement given in February after Wali Ahad (successor) Mohammed bin Salman. In Riyadh, the capital of Saudi Arabia, PM Modi will meet Shah Salman bin Abdul Aziz Al Saud of Saudi Arabia and hold delegation level meetings with Wali Ahad. PM Modi will also address the third edition of Saudi Arabia's 'Future Investment Initiative'.

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