Tuesday saw the arrival of PM Modi in the United Arab Emirates before the opening of the city’s first Hindu temple. He said he “felt at home” in the UAE when he first arrived.
Sheikh Mohamed Welcomes PM Modi
Sheikh Mohamed bin Zayed Al Nahyan, the president of the United Arab Emirates, welcomed Modi and presented him with the Guard of Honour. Before the ‘Ahlan Modi’ cultural event, which is anticipated to draw between 35,000 and 40,000 people, Prime Minister Narendra Modi and President of the United Arab Emirates Sheikh Mohamed bin Zayed Al Nahyan also had a bilateral meeting.
PM of India In Stadium
One of Prime Minister Modi’s largest diaspora gatherings is the moniker given to the much-awaited occasion. The Zayed Sports City Stadium in Abu Dhabi will host the event.
The Prime Minister will also dedicate the BAPS Mandir, Abu Dhabi’s first Hindu temple, while he is there. According to him, the BAPS temple will serve as a lasting memorial to the shared ideals of harmony, peace, and tolerance between the UAE and India.
Since taking office in 2014, the prime minister has visited the UAE seven times; this will be his second visit to Qatar. Before leaving for the UAE, Modi made a statement in which he expressed his excitement about expanding India’s all-encompassing strategic alliance with the UAE.
Modi Gives Statement In UAE
“Our collaboration with the UAE has expanded greatly over the past nine years in a variety of areas, including commerce and investment, security and defense, food and energy security, and education. Our interpersonal and cultural ties are stronger than ever,” he remarked.