- UNGA President & FM of Maldives met UN country Team on Monday.
- The UNGA President Abdulla Shahid highlighted the flourishing partnership between India and Maldives.
- Numerous significant agreements have been signed between the 2 nations.
New Delhi: The President of the United Nations General Assembly (UNGA) and Foreign Minister of Maldives, Abdulla Shahid highlighted the flourishing partnership between India and Maldives. The minister hailed the longstanding relations between the two nations as ‘outstanding’. On his visit to India, he met and spoke with members of the UN Country Team on Monday, in the midst of signing numerous significant agreements.
“Always good to meet H.E. Dr. S Jaishankar, India’s Minister of External Affairs. Our discussions touched on the achievements of the 76th session of the General Assembly as well as the importance of multilateralism”.
Dr. S. Jaishankar, External Affairs Minister, India, wrote on Twitter, “Glad to meet FM of Maldives and UNGA President Abdulla Shahid. Congratulated him on the achievements of his UNGA Presidency. Working together to advance our special relationship”.
UNGA President Shahid asserted that the world must unify against terrorism. He even referred to India as the “pharmacy” of the globe and claimed that New Delhi has spread its human face of compassion not only to its immediate neighbors but even to Latin America and the Pacific. Meanwhile, Indian Vice-President Jagdeep Dhankar noted the energetic leadership of the UNGA President and hailed his efforts in reviving the UN.
The UNGA President Abdulla Shahid highlighted the flourishing partnership between India and Maldives