Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi met Crown Prince of Saudi Arabia Prince Mohammed bin Salman here and stressed the importance of having stable and predictable energy prices.
They agreed to set up a mechanism to look into the possibilities of concrete action in terms of investment, technology, manufacturing and defence, with the Crown Prince stating that Saudi Arabia will be finalising an initial investment into India’s National Infrastructure Fund.
The discussion on Thursday also touched on how Saudi Arabia can enhance its investment across a number of sectors in the next two to three years.
Modi, who arrived here on Thursday to take part in the G20 meeting, also met UN Secretary General Antonio Guterres. Read More
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