NEW DELHI — Saudi Arabia’s Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman said in New Delhi that terrorism is a common concern and his country would cooperate with India in combating terrorism and extremism.
On a visit to New Delhi, Prince Salman said Wednesday that there were potential opportunities for investment of $ 100 billion in İndia.
His trip to New Delhi has coincided with spiraling tensions between India and Pakistan in the wake of a terror attack that killed 40 paramilitaries in Indian Kashmir.
A house where suspected militants were holding up is seen in flames during a gun battle with Indian security forces in Pinglan village in south Kashmir's Pulwama district, Feb. 18, 2019.
Prince Salman’s meetings with Indian leaders came two days after he went to Pakistan. He did not mention the attack on Indian soldiers, but at a joint press appearance with Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi he said “we reaffirm to India that we are ready to work in the intelligence sharing and political arenas to coordinate our efforts on terrorism.”
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