New Delhi : Bilateral talks between PM Modi and Crown Prince of Saudi Arabia, focus on trade, connectivity and security New Delhi : Bilateral talks between PM Modi and Crown Prince of Saudi Arabia, focus on trade, connectivity and security

New Delhi : Bilateral talks between PM Modi and Crown Prince of Saudi Arabia, focus on trade, connectivity and security

Saudi Arabia's Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman Al Saud attended a formal reception at Rashtrapati Bhavan today.

This is the second state visit of the Crown Prince of Saudi Arabia to India.

Saudi Arabia's Prime Minister and Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman Al Saud attended a ceremonial reception at Rashtrapati Bhavan today. During the program he also met President Draupadi Murmu, Prime Minister Narendra Modi and other ministers. Earlier, several MoUs were signed between India and Saudi Arabia in Delhi under the India-Saudi Investment Agreement. The Crown Prince of Saudi Arabia has come to India on a three-day state visit. On 9 and 10 September, he participated in the G20 summit held in India. Today is the third day of the visit of the Crown Prince of Saudi Arabia.

On this occasion, the Crown Prince of Saudi Arabia said, "I am very happy to visit India. I congratulate India for the successful organization of the G20 Summit. Consensus has been reached on many issues during the G20 Summit, which is beneficial. "The countries in this group, as well as the whole world, will benefit. We will work together, which will improve the future of both the countries."

Bilateral talks between India and Saudi Arabia today!

Prime Minister Modi had bilateral talks with the heads of state of many countries on the sidelines of the G20 summit held on 9 and 10 September in New Delhi. During the bilateral talks with America, agreements were agreed upon in many areas including defense and Artificial Intelligence (AI). Today there will also be bilateral talks between India and Saudi Arabia. The Ministry of External Affairs had said that the Crown Prince of Saudi Arabia will remain in India for a state visit till 11 September 2023. The focus of bilateral talks between PM Modi and the Crown Prince of Saudi Arabia will be on trade, connectivity and security. 

Today's program of the Crown Prince of Saudi Arabia
The Crown Prince of Saudi Arabia first reached Rashtrapati Bhavan today, where he was given a formal state welcome. After this he will reach Hyderabad House, where he will meet Prime Minister Modi. After this meeting, the Saudi Crown Prince is expected to sign the minutes of the first meeting of the India-Saudi Strategic Partnership Council around 12 noon. The Prime Minister of Saudi Arabia will again meet President Draupadi Murmu at Rashtrapati Bhavan at around 6.30 pm. After this he will leave from New Delhi at around 8.30 pm.

India and Saudi Arabia are coming closer
This is the second state visit of the Crown Prince of Saudi Arabia to India. Earlier, he had come on his first state visit to India in February 2019. Relations between India and Saudi Arabia are going to become closer. Saudi Arabia has announced a historic agreement between India, the US and the European Union to launch a mega India-Middle East-Europe shipping and railway connectivity corridor during the G20 summit. This is a historic and first initiative of its kind. The cost of this project will be borne by all the countries together. 



India : Biden revealed that he met with Li Qiang at the G20 and said that China was unable to invade Taiwan due to its economic difficulties

Xi Jinping was absent from the G20 Summit in New Delhi, India . When the outside world thought that the leaders of China and the United States had lost an opportunity for "communication", US President Biden revealed that he had met with Chinese Premier Li Qiang during the summit. After the meeting, Biden described that China is facing economic difficulties and the possibility of invading Taiwan is no longer high. 

"Reuters" reported that Biden visited Vietnam after the G20 summit. He told reporters there: "I met with his No. 2 person (Li Qiang) in India today ( 10th ) ." This is the 10th visit between the two countries. months of top-level talks. Biden said the two discussed "stability" and issues in the Southern Hemisphere, describing it as "not at all confrontational." 

Biden pointed out that China's economic growth has declined due to the weakness of the global economy and China's own policies. He described the Chinese economy as a "crisis" and mocked Xi Jinping as "very busy now." He also believes that China is currently facing economic difficulties and will not be able to invade Taiwan as it was in the past.

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