King Abdullah, the leader enjoys the respect and appreciation of the world .. Indian Foreign Minister S. M. Krishna

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 Said Indian Foreign Minister S.M. Krishna that New Delhi is keen on strengthening its strategic partnership with Riyadh, which put founded by the Custodian of the Two Holy Mosques King Abdullah and Indian Prime Minister Man Mohan Singh, and give a strong impetus to the forward view to strengthening security, stability and peace in the region and the world, as well as its desire to continue to political coordination to discuss developments on the regional and Arab arenas in the light of the protests taking place in a number of countries in the region. Description Krhina Saudi relations of India, as the historical ties and old and excellent, considering that the visit of the Custodian of the Two Holy Mosques King Abdullah bin Abdul Aziz to India in January 2006 as a guest of honor at the celebrations of India, visiting Indian Prime Minister Man Mohan Singh to the UK in February of last year, have contributed to expanding the base of the strategic partnership in all fields of political, economic, cultural, commercial, and launched a new era in long-term relationship between the two countries.

He explained that the Custodian of the Two Holy Mosques King Abdullah seasoned political leader, respected and appreciated in the Indian community and international forums, thanks to its peace initiatives and his keenness on the stability of security and world peace. He added that the Kingdom is a partner, both politically and commercially significant oil to India, stressing that the volume of bilateral trade between India and the Kingdom exceeded $ 27 billion.Relations with RiyadhHe acknowledged that the visit of the Custodian of the Two Holy Mosques King Abdullah bin Abdul Aziz in 2006, and has developed strong foundations for a strategic relationship strong and advanced between Riyadh and New Delhi, pointing out that the relationships Saudi Indian exceeded all examinations, considered strategic and will push countries toward a greater convergence of the transition relations to broader horizons.He added that King Abdullah's visit to India, the second 50 years after the visit of King Saud, may God have mercy on him, to India in 1955, represents an important turning point in relations. It is expected these relations to a promising future in light of positive policies, which works on the basis of King Abdullah in the Kingdom's international relations, at the same time New Delhi was keen to promote security and peace in the world and finding just solutions to world issues.Carter said India look to Saudi Arabia as a strategic ally important, and working with Riyadh for further cooperation and convergence and to give support to the dialogue of civilizations and the culture of peaceful coexistence.Not the internal affairs of StatesWith regard to the Iranian intervention in the internal affairs of the Kingdom of Bahrain and some other Gulf states, he explained: «We reject the intervention of a third State in the internal affairs of any country», pointing out that any country has to deal with the legitimate authority and not from outside.To send troops to BahrainAnd about sending troops to the Gulf states to shield the island of Bahrain, said he is certain that such decisions are carried out in coordination with the official authorities, and through common understandings to end the violence, stressing that New Delhi is keen to enjoy Bahrain's security, stability and tranquility.What is happening in the regionAnd his vision of the changes taking place in the Arab region, he said that the Arab region is witnessing major changes. We monitor these changes closely, stressing the need to identify the roots of these variables, whether a popular uprising, or it is driven from the outside.The information revolutionAccording to the Minister, saying: «as a student earlier in the Department of Political Science and as an observer, I feel that the winds of democracy blowing in the region, considering that the winds of change may be the main factor in the region, but said that the information revolution and the Internet, played a major role in supporting the protests taking place in the number of Arab countries, adding that India is interested in exactly what is happening in the region, especially that there are hundreds of thousands of Indian citizens living in countries experiencing unrest and mass protests. He noted that the government is keen on the safety and security and its citizens, it proceeded to the evacuation of more than 17 thousand citizens of India to Libya. He added: «We are aware of our responsibilities to our citizens, which is an absolute priority for the Government».Dialogue with IslamabadWith regard to the future of Indo-Pak relations, he pointed out that the relations Krishna past in the right direction through dialogue to resolve outstanding issues, adding that the agents of the Ministries of Interior in the two countries will meet in New Delhi next Monday to discuss a number of issues of mutual interest.Security Council seatThe minister announced that India is continuing with plans for a permanent seat on the UN Security Council, pointing out that India, which is the largest democracy in the world, must take its rightful place among the great powers, especially since his state responsibilities on the international scene, and is keen to strengthen security and peace.The Indian Foreign Minister arrived in Jeddah yesterday to visit one day to discuss arrangements for Indian pilgrims, and was received upon his arrival at King Abdulaziz Airport in Jeddah, the Indian ambassador student Ahmed and the Indian Consul-General Said Baba. And established a student Ambassador Ahmed hosted a luncheon yesterday in honor of the Indian Foreign Minister, who is visiting Jeddah for the first time.It is worth mentioning that the volume of trade exchange between Saudi Arabia and India rose by nearly 600 per cent during the period from 2000 to 2008, and has around 27.5 billion after it was about 4.25 billion dollars. India and occupied the sixth place on the list of the top 10 importing countries including the UK, and finished fifth on the list of the most important countries exported to the Kingdom in the year 2008. And become the largest in terms of energy security to the Indian side.The Indo-Arab trade accounts for about 20 per cent of the total volume of trade exchange with the Indian nations of the world. While the GCC countries account for about 16 per cent of total trade. And signed by Indian Prime Minister Manmohan Singh during his visit to Saudi Arabia in February last year on a number of bilateral agreements between the two countries, in addition to the signing of the Declaration of Riyadh.


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