India’s MEA to visit Saudi to review bilateral relationship
The Ministry of External Affairs (MEA) officially announced on Friday that External Affairs Minister Dr S. Jaishankar will be making an official trip to the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia from September 10 to 12. He will discuss the entire bilateral relationship between India and Saudi Arabia as well as serve as co-chair of the PSSC’s first ministerial meeting.
From September 10 to 12, Dr. S. Jaishankar, the minister of external affairs, will go to the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia on official business. According to a statement from the Ministry of External Affairs of India, this will be his first trip to the Kingdom.
The meeting will be held with Saudi Arabia’s Foreign Minister, HH Prince Faisal bin Farhan Al Saud, within the context of the India-Saudi Arabia Strategic Partnership Council. The four Joint Working Groups of the PSSC Committee—Political & Consular, Legal & Security, Social & Cultural, and Joint Committee on Defence Cooperation—will be discussed by the ministers as they assess the whole bilateral relationship.
Jaishankar, the Indian minister for external affairs, will meet with Saudi Arabia’s Indian community during his first trip there to learn about their way of life.
He will meet with other Saudi dignitaries as well as H.E. the Secretary General of the Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC), it is further noted. Nayef Falah Mubarak Al-Hajraf is a doctor. Both parties will evaluate their bilateral relationships and talk about how to improve them.
India and Saudi Arabia’s ties have grown much stronger in recent years in a number of areas, including politics, security, energy, trade, investment, health, food security, culture, and defence. Even in the midst of the Covid epidemic, the top leaders of both nations maintained constant communication.