After first session of G20 summit, PM Modi called on Deputy Crown Prince of Saudi Arabia Mohammad bin Salman.
pic.twitter.com/YCfbfgvvX3— Vikas Swarup (@MEAIndia) September 4, 2016
"Aim to improve financial system, boost domestic production, enhance infrastructure investment and create pool of human capital," he added.
Earlier, Prime Minister Narendra Modi had a casual meet with US President Barack Obama after the group photograph at the event. In a series of events PM Modi called Chinese President Xi Jinping, Australian PM Malcom Turnbull and BRICS leaders in separate meetings on Sunday on the sidelines of G20 Summit.
After a short meeting with BRICS leaders, PM Modi said the discussions on the issues concerning BRICS countries were fruitful. "Fruitful deliberations with Brics leaders. Invited them to Goa for the BRICS summit next month," PM Modi said in a tweet. The Prime Minister said he also had discussions with Australian Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull and Chinese President Xi Jinping in the course of bilateral meetings. "Delighted to meet PM @ Turnbull Malcolm.
After few hours of meeting with Chinese President Xi Jinping, PM Modi called on Australian PM Turnbull and discussed bilateral cooperation. PM Modi thanked PM Turnbull for Australia's continuous support for India's bid for NSG, said MEA spokesperson Vikas Swarup.
PM Modi may visit Australia in next year, Swarup added. India will take support of Australia to improve games in the country, the MEA spokesperson said. This is their second bilateral meeting after the two leaders met in June on the sidelines of the Shanghai Cooperation Organisation (SCO).