PM Modi holds chats with Qatar's Amir; choose to make unique Task-Force to help QIA interests into India

Modi passed on his felicitations to the emir for the impending Qatari public day of Qatar,

India and Qatar chose Tuesday to set up an exceptional team to encourage speculations by the Qatar Investment Authority, part of India's progressing effort to key West Asian states to conquer the monetary effect of the Covid-19 pandemic.  

The choice was made when Prime Minister Narendra Modi talked on the phone with the emir of Qatar, Sheik Tamim Bin Hamad Al-Thani. The two chiefs likewise took a gander at potential Qatari interests in the whole energy esteem chain in India.  

The move came in front of a normal visit to Qatar and Kuwait by outer undertakings serve S Jaishankar and an outing to Oman by priest of state for outside issues V Muraleedharan. On Tuesday, Indian Army boss Gen MM Naravane started the first historically speaking visit by a military boss to the United Arab Emirates (UAE) and Saudi Arabia. 

The whirlwind of commitment are essential for India's present effort to West Asia, seen as a component of New Delhi's all-inclusive area and home to around 9,000,000 exiles.  

The heads of India and Qatar talked about the "strong collaboration" between the two sides in speculation streams and energy security, and chose to "make an uncommon team to additionally encourage ventures by Qatar Investment Authority into India", the outer issues service said.  

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They additionally chose to investigate Qatari interests in the whole energy esteem chain in India and looked into late certain advancements in the speculation and energy areas.