Prime Minister Narendra Modi met Qatar’s Amir Sheikh Tamim bin Hamad Al-Thani on the sidelines of the COP28 summit in Dubai on Friday, as they mentioned bilateral partnership and the well-being of the Indian neighborhood within the oil-rich nation.
The assembly is important as eight former Indian Navy personnel had been on October 26 given demise sentences by a courtroom in Qatar and the Indian authorities has reportedly filed an enchantment in opposition to the sentence.
“On the sidelines of the COP28 Summit in Dubai yesterday, had the opportunity to meet HH Sheikh @TamimBinHamad, the Amir of Qatar.
“We had a very good dialog on the potential of bilateral partnership and the well-being of the Indian neighborhood in Qatar,” Mr. Modi posted on X on Saturday.
The Indian nationals, who worked with private company Al Dahra, were arrested in August last year reportedly in an alleged case of espionage. Neither the Qatari authorities nor New Delhi made the charges against the Indian nationals public.
India had described the ruling by the court in Qatar as “deeply” stunning and had vowed to discover all authorized choices within the case.
Prime Minister Modi had a busy schedule on Friday as he addressed 4 periods on the UN local weather change convention, met varied world leaders and in addition held some bilateral conferences.