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India, Bahrain hold Foreign Office Consultations

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India and Bahrain held the Sixth Round of Foreign Office Consultations in Bahrain, during which the two sides reviewed the bilateral cooperation in the spheres of political, security, space, trade, renewable energy, fintech among other things.

The FOC were co-chaired by Dr. Ausaf Sayeed, Secretary (CPV & OIA) on the Indian side, and Dr. Shaikh Abdulla bin Ahmed Al Khalifa, Undersecretary (Political Affairs) of the Bahrain Foreign Ministry.

The Indian Embassy in Bahrain said in tweets:

“6th round of India-Bahrain Foreign Office Consultations were held in Bahrain, co-chaired by H.E. Dr. Ausaf Sayeed, Secretary (CPV & OIA) @MEAIndia, and H.E. Dr. Shaikh Abdulla bin Ahmed Al Khalifa, Undersecretary (Political Affairs)

@bahdiplomatic.

“The meeting reviewed our growing multifaceted bilateral cooperation in diverse areas including Political, Security, Space, Youth, Parliament, Media & Information, Trade, Renewable Energy, Fintech..

“Education, Health, Tourism, Labour & Consular issues, people-to-people engagement, and discussed matters of mutual interest regional and multilateral arena.”

Later Dr Ausaf Sayeed paid a visit to the Bahrain Fort and museum, which are UNESCO World Heritage sites.

“Dr. Ausaf Sayeed @SecretaryCPVOIA paid a visit to the iconic #BahrainFort and its museum. The fort, a #UNESCO World Heritage Site exhibits numerous artifacts that features civilisational history of Bahrain of Dilmun era, including its relation with Indus Valley Civilisation.”

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