On his two day visit to Saudi Arabia, PM Modi announced the establishment of the India-Saudi Strategic Partnership Council. The announcement was made in the capital city of Riyadh where the PM met crown Prince Salman.
India’s relationship with Saudi Arabia is one of the most important bilateral relationship in our extended neighbourhood. The signing of the agreement on a Strategic Partnership Council will begin a new era of cooperation: PM @NarendraModi ji
Interview: https://t.co/xPKaxEaeoc pic.twitter.com/yd772mSpVP— Piyush Goyal (@PiyushGoyal) October 29, 2019
The council would be led by the leaderships from both the countries. The founding document for the council was signed by both the leaders (as stated in the Joint statement). In the joint statement, India condemned the attack on Aramco Petroleum facility.
Both India and Saudi Arabia condemned terrorism in all forms and stated that no particular religion, race or culture should be linked with international terrorism.
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