Crown Prince Muhammad Bin Salman met Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi and told him about plans to scale up investments in India’s tech, farm and energy sectors, an Indian official and the Saudi news agency (SPA) said on Friday.
Reports suggest the Saudi prince told Modi he would soon be finalizing an initial investment in India’s National Investment and Infrastructure Fund, a wealth fund to help accelerate the building of ports, highways and other projects
The two leaders also discussed Saudi Arabia’s readiness to supply India with oil and petroleum products, Reuters reported on Friday.
The Saudi News Agency (SPA) added that Saudi Arabia could also replace its agricultural imports from other countries with Indian agricultural produce.
“We expect that in the next two to three years there will be significant scaling up of Saudi investments in India,” Gokhale said.