PM Narendra Modi meets top business leaders during his trip to Qatar

Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Sunday met with business leaders in Qatar, his second stop on his five-nation tour.

IANS June 05, 2016 12:13:19 IST
PM Narendra Modi meets top business leaders during his trip to Qatar

Doha: Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Sunday met with business leaders in Qatar, his second stop on his five-nation tour.

"Business First. For first engagement of the day, PM attends roundtable meeting with Qatari Business Leaders," the Ministry of External Affairs tweeted.

"Qatar's Minister of Trade and Economy welcomes PM @narendramodi, seeks more intensive eco engagement with India," the MEA said in another tweet.

The prime minister reached Qatari capital Doha from Afghanistan on Saturday night where he was received by Prime Minister Abdullah bin Nasser bin Khalifa Al Thani.

Modi will hold detailed talks with Emir of Qatar Sheikh Tamim bin Hamad Al Thani later in the day.

He addressed Indian workers at a medical camp in Doha on Saturday night.

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