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At their meeting on Thursday, Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Sheikh Tamim bin Hamad Al Thani, the Amir of Qatar, talked on how to create a “futuristic roadmap” that would deepen their bilateral relationship.

In addition to discussing ways to strengthen bilateral ties on a variety of topics, the two leaders also shared their opinions on regional and international problems.

The discussions, which took place in Doha, covered a wide range of topics related to cooperation, including energy, trade, investment, people-to-people relationships, space, and cultural exchanges.

“Creating a futuristic partnership roadmap between Qatar and India!” A positive meeting between Qatar’s Amir, HH @TamimBinHamad, and Prime Minister @narendramodi took place in Doha, according to a post on X from Randhir Jaiswal, a spokesman for the Ministry of External Affairs.

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“They also discussed viewpoints on local and international problems. The tweet closed with PM thanking Amir for the well-being of the Indian community in Qatar.

Ajit Doval, the National Security Advisor (NSA), and S Jaishankar, the Minister of External Affairs, were also present at the meeting.

“In Doha, PM @narendramodi had lengthy discussions with HH @TamimBinHamad, the Amir of Qatar. The leaders discussed ways to strengthen trade and commerce, energy, cultural exchanges, and people-to-people connections between Qatar and India, according to a post on X by PMO India.

On the second day of his official visit to Qatar, PM Modi met with the Amir of Qatar in Doha and was greeted ceremoniously.

PM Modi landed in Doha, the capital of Qatar, on Wednesday evening following the opening of the first Hindu temple.

Additionally, Prime Minister Modi attended a luncheon that the prime minister of Qatar hosted in his honour.

Notably, Doha’s release on Monday of eight Indian Navy personnel who had been given death sentences in Qatar due to espionage charges was a significant diplomatic win for India.

Of the eight veterans, seven have gone back to India. According to the MEA, the eighth personnel has also been freed, and plans are on for his return.

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