India on Saturday sought investments from Qatar in the infrastructure and energy sectors as the two sides signed four agreements, including on visas and cyber security.
During delegation-level talks here led by Prime Minister Narendra Modi and his visiting Qatari counterpart Sheikh Abdullah bin Nasser bin Khalifa Al Thani, the two sides reviewed bilateral relations in depth, in particular on the follow-up of the important decisions taken during Modi’s visit to Qatar in June this year.
Sources here said the two leaders discussed cooperation in various sectors and acknowledged that the current level of trade and investment was much below potential. Read More…
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