Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi arrives in Doha today on an official visit to the country.
HH the Emir Sheikh Tamim bin Hamad al-Thani will receive the Indian prime minister tomorrow at the Emiri Diwan where they will review relations between the two countries and ways to boost them on all fronts, in addition to discussing the latest regional and international developments.
A number of agreements and memoranda of understanding will be signed during the visit.
HH the Emir yesterday evening received a phone call from Prime Minister Modi. The phone call reviewed bilateral relations and aspects of developing them, in addition to discussing a set of issues of mutual interest.
Bilateral trade between India and Qatar stands at $10bn.
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