New Delhi: Qatari Prime Minister Sheikh Abdullah bin Nasser bin Khalifa Al Thani will revisit India on Dec 3 and reason discussions with his Indian reflection Narendra Modi on bilateral, informal and multilateral issues of common interest.
With Qatar being a largest retailer of LNG to India, a dual leaders are also expected to plead ways to raise team-work in a vital areas of energy.
Announcing a visit, External Affairs Ministry Spokesperson Vikas Swarup pronounced Sheikh Abdullah, also a country’s interior minister, is entrance to India during a invitation of PM Modi and a dual leaders will reason discussions “on bilateral, informal and multilateral issues of common interest”.
This is a initial revisit of Sheikh Abdullah to India and a third high-level shared rendezvous between a dual countries in a past dual years, that underlines India’s flourishing ties with Qatar.
The revisit of Qatari Emir Sheikh Tamim bin Hamad Al-Thani to India in Mar 2015 was followed by revisit of Prime Minister Modi to Qatar this June.
“Our tighten and accessible family with Qatar are formed on jointly profitable blurb exchanges and endless people- to-people contacts.
“Qatar is not usually an critical trade partner for us in a Gulf segment though is also a largest retailer of LNG to us, accounting for 66 per cent of a sum imports in 2015-16,” Mr Swarup said.
He serve pronounced Indians form a largest ostracise village in Qatar and their certain grant in a swell and growth of their horde nation is good recognised.
There are over 630,000 Indian nationals operative in Qatar.