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On Tuesday, External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj after closing off her two days successful visit to Qatar again left for her second following visit to Kuwait. On Monday, Shushma Swaraj had a meeting with the Emir of Qatar Sheikh Tamim Bin Hamad Al-Thani and both the top leaders of the countries have discussed the methods to move ahead on the roadmap which has been set by them.

Spokesperson of External Ministry Affairs Raveesh Kumar tweeted on her behalf that after a successful visit to Qatar, EAM Sushma Swaraj left for her next following visit to Kuwait. Shushma Swaraj will be having several meetings assigned with the top leaders of Kuwait and also have plans to interact with Indian community members.

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At the time of her visit to Doha, Swaraj involved herself to have delegation-level discussions along with her counterpart HE Sheikh Mohammed bin Abdulrahman Al Thani. Both the leaders of the countries discussed the full array of mutual relations and also agreed on signing an affirmation so that the progress review can be done from time to time in several cooperation initiatives, said the statement from the External Affairs Ministry.

In India, the mutual trade recorded in the year 2017-18 appeared at USD 9.9 billion and the exports from India to Qatar during this phase recorded a boost of 87 percent in comparison to the previous year. According to the statement, the investments by Qatar were made in the sectors comprising petrochemicals, infrastructure, agriculture, and food processing.

Apart from this, the External Affairs Minister also interacted with the representatives of the Indian Community.  On Sunday, External Affairs Minister, Shushma Swarajshe reached Doha. Both the countries India and Kuwait have friendly mutual relations with each other.

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