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India has strengthened maritime security with this new construction on Agalega Island in Mauritius, PM Modi said this – India TV Hindi

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India has strengthened maritime security with this new construction on Agalega Island in Mauritius, PM Modi said this – India TV Hindi

PM Modi and Mauritius Prime Minister Jagannath (symbolic photo)- India TV Hindi

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PM Modi and Mauritius Prime Minister Jagannath (symbolic photo)

New Delhi/Mauritius: India has undertaken several important construction works on Agalega Island in Mauritius to further strengthen international maritime security. This will further strengthen India’s maritime security. Also, new opportunities will arise between the two countries in terms of trade and security. Prime Minister Narendra Modi and his Mauritian counterpart Pravind Jugnauth on Thursday digitally inaugurated several community development projects with Indian assistance on Agalega Island in Mauritius. The projects will meet the demand for better connectivity between mainland Mauritius and Agalega. This will strengthen maritime security and promote socio-economic development.

The projects were inaugurated just weeks after the launch of India’s Unified Payments Interface (UPI) system and RuPay card services in Mauritius. From this it can be understood how India and Mauritius are committed to taking their relations to a new level. Prime Minister Narendra Modi, after digitally inaugurating several Indian-assisted development projects in Mauritius on Thursday, said the two countries are natural partners in the maritime sector to deal with traditional and non-traditional challenges in the Indian Ocean region.

Mauritius will be included in India’s Jan Aushadhi Scheme

The Prime Minister also announced that Mauritius will be the first country to join India’s Jan Aushadhi Scheme. Under this scheme, quality medicines are provided at affordable rates. Modi and Mauritius Prime Minister Pravind Jugnauth, in a digital ceremony, inaugurated several community development projects in Agalega Island, Mauritius, which have been implemented with financial assistance from India. The projects include an airstrip and a jetty. In his brief address on the occasion, Modi described Mauritius as an important partner under India’s ‘Neighbourhood First’ policy and said that both the countries have achieved ‘new heights’ in mutual cooperation in the last few years.

PM Modi spoke on the challenges of the Indian Ocean

PM Modi also mentioned various challenges in the Indian Ocean region. “Various traditional and non-traditional challenges are emerging in the Indian Ocean region,” he said. These challenges affect our economic systems. India and Mauritius are natural partners in the maritime sector to address these challenges.” The Prime Minister said, ”We are actively working towards ensuring security, prosperity and stability in the Indian Ocean region.” His The comments come amid growing concerns in New Delhi over China’s increasing military interference in the Indian Ocean region. Modi said the development partnership between India and Mauritius is an ‘important pillar’ of political relations between the two countries. He said, “Our development partnership is based on the priorities of Mauritius.

These projects will meet the demand for better connectivity between mainland Mauritius and Agalega, strengthen maritime security and promote socio-economic development. The projects were inaugurated just weeks after the launch of India’s Unified Payments Interface (UPI) system and RuPay card services in Mauritius.

Mauritius said great moment for both the countries

“We are making history today with the inauguration of a new airstrip, a new jetty and many other development projects at Agalega Island,” Mauritius Prime Minister Jugnauth said in a virtual event, according to the Ministry of External Affairs. This is a great moment for the remarkable and exemplary partnership between Mauritius and India. This will further strengthen the friendship between the two countries. (Language)

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