INDIA, QATAR INK AGREEMENTS ON VISAS, CYBERSPACE, INVESTMENTS and BILATERAL TIES

NEW DELHI, India — India and Qatar have inked four key pacts in the field of visas, cyberspace, investments and better bilateral ties.

The agreements were signed between the two countries after Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi held bilateral talks with visiting Qatar Premier Sheikh Abdullah bin Nasser bin Khalifa Al Thani in the national capital Saturday.

The agreement on visas will give visa exemption to diplomatic, special and official passport holders of both countries, while the one on cyberspace is an addition to the existing framework agreement in the field of security signed on Nov. 10, 2008.

India and Qatar have close and friendly relations, and the Gulf nation is also an important trading partner for India.

Source: Nam News Network