PM Narendra Modi receives the highest civilian award of Maldives

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Narendra Modi attacked Pakistan while addressing the Maldives’s parliament


Prime Minister Narendra Modi received the highest civilian award “Rule of Nishan Izzuddeen” from the Maldives’s President Ibrahim Mohamed Solih. Narendra Modi receives this honor during a two days foreign trip to the Maldives and Sri Lanka.

He met the President of Maldives Ibrahim Mohamed Solih, Vice President Mohamed Jameel Ahmed and other senior dignitaries. He also addressed to the Parliament of the Maldives where he spoke his heart out.

Narendra Modi attacked Pakistan in his speech in an apparent reference to Pakistan said “This is very unfortunate that people are still distinguishing between the good terrorists and bad terrorists. State-sponsored terrorism is the biggest threat to the world currently”.

This comes a day after Pakistan PM wrote a letter seeking talks with India

This comes a day after when Prime Minister of Pakistan wrote a letter to India urging the two countries to talk on the several issues including the Kashmir one.  Imran Khan also said that talks between the two countries are the only option for both countries to overcome poverty and regional development, Geo TV reported.

PM Modi also talked about his “Sabka Sath, Sabka Vikas, Sabka Vishwas” motto and said his (Together with all, development for all and with the trust of all) vision is not only limited to the people of India, but it also expands to the whole world, especially the neighboring countries.

Modi said the significance of the Maldives in India Neighbourhood first policy is quite natural.

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Prime Minister Modi to visit Sri Lanka today

Prime Minister Modi arrived in the Maldives to strengthen the bilateral ties between the two countries which happen to be his first foreign visit in the Modi 2.0 government. He will head Sri Lanka today for the same cause to meet Sri Lankan President.

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