Indian PM, Jordan king discuss Israeli-Palestinian conflict

Indian PM, Jordan king discuss Israeli-Palestinian conflict

Indian PM, Jordan king discuss Israeli-Palestinian conflict

Prime Minister Modi will meet President Abbas on February 10 in Ramallah.

Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu recently said that he was "disappointed" at the Indian vote at the United Nations but also expressed hope that there will be a possible change of heart over a period of time. This will be the fourth meeting between the two leaders.

"PM Modi will be the first Indian prime minister to visit Palestine". "The Indian diaspora is a bridge of friendship between India and the Gulf countries". The Palestinian Presidency, in a pre-arrival welcome statement, has described the upcoming visit as "historic and significant". The meeting will also discuss regional and global situations of common concern, it said, adding the visit will also be an opportunity to thank India for its continued support for peace and the right of Palestinian people to freedom and independence.

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This apart, the visit is also aimed at deepening the huge bilateral agenda, including cooperation in the areas of health, IT, tourism, youth affairs, sports and agriculture. He will also address the sixth edition of the World Government Summit in Dubai, where India is the Guest Country of Honour.

Mr Modi also asked the MPs to hold meetings at booth level to take details of various welfare schemes announced in the Budget to people and run intensive campaigns to propagate them, Mr Kumar said. "They are also looking at ports, logistic centres and food parks". "India has to reject America's designs on the issue", said Former Ambassador of India to Saudi Arabia, Oman and the UAE, Talmiz Ahmad. In 2008 then Prime Minister Manmohan Singh had paid a visit to Muscat. Oman is home to over 800,000 expatriate Indians. And in Oman Modi is scheduled to pay a visit to a 200-year-old temple dedicated to Lord Shiva. "And the possible role India can play in enhancing peace in the region, as well as discussing different economical aspects beyond the existing ties we already possess", President Abbas said. The port of Salala is of special importance for India while planes travelling further up in the West get refueling facility in Oman on a regular basis.

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