Saudi Foreign Minister Prince Faisal bin Farhan and his Indian counterpart Subrahmanyam Jaishankar held an official meeting to discuss ways to improve joint action and bilateral coordination on regional and international issues of mutual interest, as well as anything that would help to maintain international peace and security.
The meeting took place after Prince Faisal bin Farhan met with Minister Jaishankar on an official visit to New Delhi, India’s capital.
The two parties discussed the historical and stable connections between the two friendly nations and peoples throughout the meeting.
They also discussed the two nations’ efforts to battle the Corona pandemic (Covid-19), with the Indian side praising Saudi Arabia’s assistance for India in the form of medical help in the face of the “Corona” virus breakout problem.
They discussed methods to strengthen the economic connection between the two friendly nations in light of the “Kingdom’s Vision 2030,” as well as measures to increase inter-investment and enhance political and economic collaboration between the Kingdom and India.
They talked about the Kingdom’s worldwide efforts to protect the environment, as well as what was included in Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman’s announcement of the “Green Saudi Arabia” and “Green Middle East” projects.