Thursday, 23 May 2024
IndiaIndia-Qatar bilateral relations strengthened leader

India-Qatar bilateral relations strengthened leader








Doha; News Agency: Prime Minister of India Narendra Modi and Emir of Qatar Sheikh Tamim bin Hamad Ali Thani held an important discussion on strengthening bilateral relations between the two countries.

Modi specially thanked Thani for freeing 8 ex-Navy officers of India who were sentenced to death. Modi visited Qatar after inaugurating a Hindu temple in the United Arab Emirates. Along with him, Foreign Minister S. Jaishankar, National Security Advisor Ajit Doval were present. Modi was given a royal welcome here. After that, there was a bilateral discussion between Modi and Thani. There was an important discussion on the issues of investment in the fields of trade, technology, energy, finance etc. in both the countries. An important decision was also taken in this meeting to take the friendship between the two countries to a new height.

Modi had earlier visited Qatar in 2016. This is Modi’s second visit to Qatar. Eight ex-Indian naval officers were sentenced to death by a Qatari court in the espionage case. The death sentence of these officers was revoked after a follow-up at the Indian diplomatic level. He was later released this week. In this background Modi’s visit to Qatar has gained importance.

Welcome from Bohra community too

Prime Minister Narendra Modi enjoyed royal food with his counterparts in Qatar. Earlier, he also interacted with Indians in Qatar. On this occasion, Modi was gifted a tricolor flag. Slogans such as Bharatmata Ki Jai were given along with Modi’s name. The Indians also included the Muslim Bohra community. This community also welcomed Modi. Overwhelmed by the hospitality of non-resident Indians, Modi thanked him by posting on X.









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