Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Sunday held delegation level talks with Sultan Qaboos of Oman, aimed at strengthening cooperation in trade and investment, energy, defence and security, food security and regional issues.
In a tweet, spokesperson of the Ministry of External affairs said, ”Charting out new frontiers in our bilateral relationship, PM Narendra Modi led delegation-level talks with Sultan Qaboos of Oman.”
The two strategic partners discussed to strengthen cooperation in trade and investment, energy, defence and security, food security and regional issues.
Sultan Qaboos appreciated the contribution of honest and hard working Indian nationals in the development of Oman, the MEA said in a statement.
Eight agreements or MoUs were also signed between India and Oman. These include those on tourism cooperation and military cooperation.
The MOUs included agreement on legal and judicial cooperation in civil and commercial matters, agreement on Mutual visa exemption for holders of diplomatic, special, service and official passports and an MOU on cooperation in the field of health.