Maldives to confer its highest award Nishan Izzuddin on Prime Minister Narendra Modi

Shri Narendra Modi is conferred with Maldives highest award ‘Nishan Izzuddin’
The main aim of the visit is to further cement ties with the Indian Ocean archipelago.
Earlier, Prime Minister Modi and President Solih held delegation-level talks as the two countries signed a slew of agreements to strengthen bilateral ties in a number of key areas including defence.
His last was in November 2018 to attend President Solih’s swearing-in, this visit is the first by an Indian prime minister at a bilateral level in eight years.

Relation between India and Maldives
The relations between India and the Maldives after the sworn in of President Abdulla Yameen.
The Imposition of restrictions on work visas for Indians and signing of a new Free Trade Agreement with Beijing also did not go down well with New Delhi.
The Maldives is a key to its Maritime Silk Road project in the Indian Ocean acquired Hambantota port in Sri Lanka and Djibouti in the Horn of Africa.
Indian Government offered the Maldives a line of credit 800 million us dollars and three important projects have already been identified and the project report preparation is underway. 
Water supply and sewerage for 36 of the Islands are implemented.
Another one is Addu Urban Development Centre 
The third project is the SME Development Financing project.

About Maldives
Capital: Malé
Currency: Maldivian rufiyaa
Continent: Asia
President: Ibrahim Mohamed Solih Trending

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