Narendra Modi left for Abu Dhabi in a special flight from Delhi at 11:30 am as part of a two-day visit. He will reach Abu Dhabi at 4 pm.
PM Modi: All the Arab countries have sided with Kathar on the allegations of supporting terrorism. At that time India showed compassion to that country. Exported important food grains. It also exported construction materials. Qatar was able to recover by showing its generosity. That is why 8 ex-employees of the Indian Navy were arrested and sentenced to death, but the court released them on the initiative of Prime Minister Narendra Modi. They reached Delhi early Monday morning. An ex-Navy employee from Visakhapatnam was also among those who were released. In this order, the Prime Minister of India will visit the United Arab Emirates for two days. He inaugurated a Hindu temple built in Abu Dhabi on Wednesday. Prime Minister Modi will address the Indian diaspora at the Zayed sports City Stadium in Abu Dhabi on Tuesday. The program is named Ahlan Modi. Ahlan means welcome. Meanwhile, Narendra Modi will give a key speech in the bilateral talks held here.
Narendra Modi left for Abu Dhabi in a special flight from Delhi at 11:30 am as part of a two-day visit. He will reach Abu Dhabi at 4 pm. After receiving the welcome from the government there, they will participate in the bilateral talks held in Abu Dhabi for five hours and 30 minutes. Key agreements on cooperation in energy, digital infrastructure and ports are likely to be signed. Prime Minister will participate in the Ahlan Modi program from 8 pm to 9:30 pm. On this occasion, he will address the expatriate Indians who come there. He will ask them to invest in India and contribute to the development of the country.. Prime Minister Narendra Modi will inaugurate the Swami Narayan temple built on 27 acres in Abu Dhabi This temple is built at a height of 108 feet. This temple is a reflection of Hindu culture. Two and a half thousand expatriate Indians have already arrived for the celebrations there. They are rehearsing to perform in front of Narendra Modi.
He will leave for Qatar on Wednesday after his tour of the United Arab Emirates. A bilateral meeting will be held with Emir Sheikh Tamim bin Hamad Al Thani in Doha, the capital of Qatar. The Prime Minister will thank him for the release of the former Indian naval personnel. Despite the adverse weather there, more than two and a half thousand expatriate Indians will attend the bilateral meeting held by Narendra Modi with Emir Sheikh Tamim bin Hamad Al Thani. Qatar has made strict arrangements during the Prime Minister's visit.