Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi arrived on Friday in the UAE on an official visit, which will be held from August 24 to 26. The Prime Minister flew to Emirates from France, where he met with the President, the Prime Minister, as well as with representatives of the Indian diaspora in France.
Sheikh Mohamed Bin Zayed Al Nahyan, Crown Prince of Abu Dhabi and Deputy Supreme Commander of the UAE Armed Forces, welcomes Indian PM Narendra Modi in Abu Dhabi on Saturday, August 24.
“We consider the UAE to be a valuable partner in achieving the economic goal of $ 5 trillion through a mutually beneficial partnership”, Modi said.
UAE-India relations are currently experiencing the most prosperous and UAE investment in key sectors in India is growing. India, in turn, has shown growing interest in investing in various sectors, including renewable energy, food, ports, airports, defense, and others. Third visit to the UAE over the past four years reflects the desire and will of the two countries to support the momentum achieved in bilateral relations.
The visit of the Indian Prime Minister will last until August 26 and will be an important stage in the development of bilateral relations.