India, Saudi Arabia plan to hold joint naval exercise

The joint statement issued at the end of Saudi Arabian crown prince Mohammed bin Salman’s India visit made a veiled reference to China’s regional connectivity initiatives, stressing on the need to respect international laws, sovereignty and territorial integrity of states in such projects.

The statement, issued on late Wednesday, just before he travelled to Beijing in his three-nation trip that started from Pakistan, is seen as Riyadh’s endorsement of New Delhi’s stand on   the issue.

One of China’s key connectivity projects, the China–Pakistan Economic Corridor, passes through Pakistan-occupied Kashmir, which is a concern for India.   Read More

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