NSA Doval spoke to the top leadership there during his visit to Saudi Arabia. It is believed that the NSA had informed him of the latest situation in Kashmir.
New Delhi| Prime Minister Narendra Modi is expected to visit Saudi Arabia later this month. However, the date has not been officially announced. Modi will meet Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman here. National Security Advisor (NSA) Ajit Doval visited Saudi Arabia this week. According to the news agency, it was during this visit of Doval that Modi’s visit was agreed upon and an agenda of negotiation was also prepared.
Will participate in an investment summit
The Gulf countries are organizing an investment summit later this month. According to the report, Modi can also take part in it. Apart from them, all the heads of Arab countries will also be present here. These include Saudi Crown Prince Salman. The summit is being organized in Riyadh.
Doval’s journey is important
NSA Doval spoke to the top leadership there during his visit to Saudi Arabia. His meeting with Prince Salman lasted two hours. It is believed that the NSA had informed him of the latest situation in Kashmir. He had also told the Prince that the Government of India was moving forward very fast on development works in the Kashmir Valley.
Most of the restrictions have also been lifted. Apart from this, the attack on Saudi oil company Aramco and the subsequent situation was also discussed. During this time, a blueprint for Modi’s visit was also prepared. Aramco has already tied up with Reliance for cooperation in the oil sector.
Modi visited Riyadh in 2016. This will be his second visit to Saudi Arabia. Salman visited India in February this year. Saudi recently announced that it would invest $ 100 billion in India.