Indian Defence Sector An Opportunity For UAE

Marsha Scott
February 11, 2018

The spokesperson said the visit to the four countries was aimed at deepening "our multifaceted ties with the Gulf and West Asian region".

Commendation of Grand Collar read,"in recognition of his wise leadership, lofty national & worldwide stature, in appreciation of his efforts to promote historic relations between Palestine & India; in acknowledgement of his support to our people's right to freedom so peace prevails in region".

Prime Minister Narendra Modi today met Mahmoud Abbas on a historic visit to Palestine during which the Palestinian President sought India's role in achieving a "just and desired peace" with Israel in accordance with the two-state solution. Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu has called the India-Israeli partnership "a marriage made in heaven". Upon his arrival, he has already become the first Indian Prime Minister to travel to Palestine. Stating that India been cooperating with Palestine in its efforts at nation-building, he said that budgetary support will continue to be provided in areas such as training, technology, infrastructure development and project assistance. He laid a wreath on the memorial of the late Palestinian leader Yasser Arafat.

"While it is keen to further bilateral relations with Palestine, India is no longer willing to view its Israel policy through the traditional Palestinian prism", Kumaraswamy said. "We welcome, appreciate and respect the keenness in wanting to understand how the industry works in India". Mr. Ansari, whose grandparents migrated from Northern India to Jerusalem, says this is "a great moment".

"I got an invitation from the President to meet the Indian Prime Minister".

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The two sides signed agreements worth United States dollars 50 million.

This is Modi's second visit to the UAE, home to around three million expatriate Indians, after his visit in 2015, which was the first by an Indian prime minister in 34 years.

Prime Minister Narendra Modi said that the honour conferred on him is a symbol of Palestine's friendship and India hopes that soon Palestine will come a free country in a peaceful manner. The country depends on fuel from Muslim nations in the Middle East.

Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi leaving Jordan and going to Ramallah in a chopper provided by Jordan government and escorted by choppers from Israel Air Force.

Other reports by MaliBehiribAe

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