Maldives asks India to withdraw navy presence from island

Picture Supply : @KIRENRIJIJU Union Minister for Earth Sciences Kiren Rijiju meets Maldives President Dr. Muizzu

Maldives President Dr. Mohamed Muizzu on Saturday formally requested India to withdraw its navy presence from island, throughout a gathering with Union Minister Kiren Rijiju.

Muizzu, 45, took oath on Friday because the eighth president of the strategically-located archipelago nation within the Indian Ocean. Underscoring India’s ‘Neighbourhood First Coverage’, Union Minister for Earth Sciences Kiren Rijiju represented the nation at Muizzu’s inauguration ceremony.

Rijiju referred to as upon Maldives President Dr Muizzu and conveyed his finest needs to him, representing the feelings of the Authorities and the individuals of India.

The Minister expressed his aspiration to foster a constructive relationship with the Maldives, acknowledging the presence of a vibrant Indian neighborhood residing within the Maldives.

On the assembly, President Muizzu had formally requested India to withdraw its navy personnel from the Maldives. The President famous that on the Presidential Election held in September, the Maldivian individuals had given him a robust mandate to make the request to India and expressed the hope that India will honour the democratic will of the individuals of the Maldives.

Whereas discussing the matter with Rijiju, President Dr. Muizzu additionally acknowledged the numerous position of the 2 helicopters in offering quite a few emergency medical evacuations.

President Dr. Muizzu and Kiren Rijiju additionally reviewed the progress of the implementation of varied tasks within the Maldives with the assist of India. The President emphasised the significance of accelerating the Higher Male’ Connectivity Venture (GMCP), highlighted the significance of addressing and overcoming the problems delaying the undertaking.

Muizzu and Rijiju concluded the assembly with a renewed dedication to fortify the bilateral relations between the 2 nations.

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