Saudi, US, UAE, and India discuss diversifying supply chains and investments

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Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman (Photo from SPA)

Saudi’s Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman held a meeting with senior officials from the US, UAE, and India in Jeddah, according to a report by Saudi Press Agency (SPA).

Among those present were Sheikh Tahnoun bin Zayed Al Nahyan, the National Security Advisor of the UAE, Jake Sullivan, the US National Security Advisor, and Ajit Doval, the National Security Advisor of India.

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The discussion focused on ways to strengthen relations and ties between the three countries in order to promote growth and stability in the region.

The officials also discussed diversifying supply chains and investments in strategic infrastructure projects, including ports, rails, and minerals.

Axios reported that the countries are anticipated to build a network of railways linking the Gulf nations and shipping lanes that will connect the Arab countries to India.

SPA added that Saudi and the US discussed the strategic relations between the two countries and ways to enhance them in various fields. They also reviewed the developments of regional and international situations of mutual interest.

The US, the UAE, and India are part of a coalition group that was established in October 2021 to cooperate on joint initiatives in water, energy, transportation, space, health, and food security.

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