Indian Navy Forces, Royal Saudi Naval Forces on Thursday met in Mumbai and gave ultimate touches to preparations for India-Saudi Arabia Naval Train ‘Al-Mohed-Al Hindi-23’ deliberate for Could 2023 in Saudi Arabia’s Jubail.
The train would be the second such Naval Train. The primary was in August 2021.
“A staff from Royal Saudi Naval Forces met with the Indian facet in Mumbai, giving ultimate touches to the preparations for India-Saudi Arabia Naval Train, ‘Al-Mohed-Al Hindi-23’ deliberate for Could this 12 months off Jubail in Saudi Arabia. This would be the second such Naval Train, the first one was in Aug 2021,” the Indian Embassy in Riyadh tweeted on Thursday.
A staff from Royal Saudi Naval Forces met with the Indian facet in Mumbai, giving ultimate touches to the preprations for 🇮🇳-🇸🇦 Naval Train, ‘Al-Mohed-Al Hindi-23′ deliberate for Could this 12 months off Jubail in 🇸🇦. This would be the 2nd such Naval Train, the first one was in Aug 2021. pic.twitter.com/OSPyCNsVLe
— India in Saudi Arabia (@IndianEmbRiyadh) March 16, 2023
Al-Mohed-Al Hindi is a joint Naval Train between India and Saudi Arabia.
The choice on the Bilateral train was taken throughout the Riyadh Summit held in 2019.
The train goals to hold out tactical manoeuvres, search and rescue operations, and an digital warfare drill to boost interoperability.
In the meantime, terming the connection with India a “high precedence”, Saudi Arabia International Minister Farhan Al-Saud not too long ago mentioned that the connection between each nations has grown exponentially, including that there’s a want for measurable progress in all sectors particularly the financial and commerce relationship.
Highlighting the sturdy relationship between Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman, the minister mentioned that each leaders wish to see precise outcomes, progress in relationship between the nations.
“The connection with India is a high precedence and we have to have measurable progress in all sectors particularly the financial and commerce relationship,” the Saudi International Minister mentioned in an interview with President of Observer Analysis Basis (ORF) Samir Saran at Raisina ‘Concepts Pod’.
Al-Saud mentioned the connection between India and Saudi Arabia within the final 5 years, has grown exponentially.
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