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PM Narendra Modi greeted at the Presidential Airport of Abu Dhabi on his 3rd official state visit

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The Prime Minister of India Narendra Modi touched base in Abu Dhabi on Friday evening, starting his third visit to the UAE.

PM Modi arrived at the Presidential Airport around 9.16pm local time, as per Doordarshan News.

The chairman of Abu Dhabi Executive Affairs Authority, Khaldoon Khalifa Al Mubarak, welcomed the Indian Prime Minister and his delegation upon landing at the Presidential Terminal at Abu Dhabi International Airport, WAM stated.

PM Modi said he was anticipating towards having a good conversation with His Highness Sheikh Mohamed bin Zayed, the Crown Prince of Abu Dhabi on a two-day official state visit to the UAE.

“Developing financial relations will likewise be on the agenda during this visit,” he Twitted in the wake of landing.

On Saturday, PM Modi is going to hold talks with Crown Prince of Abu Dhabi and Deputy Supreme Commander of the Armed Forces, Sheikh Mohamed bin Zayed.

He is likewise foreseen to get the highest Order of Zayed, the nation’s most astounding civilian award, which was bestowed on him in April in acknowledgement of his work to build relations between the UAE and India.

PM Modi will launch the RuPay card – Indian card payment systems – at Emirates Palace and issue a stamp in the remembrance of 150th birthday celebration of Indian national leader, Mahatma Gandhi.

PM Modi has additionally determined that UAE will play a significant role with India to accomplish the future dream of achieving a US$5 trillion economy.

“We consider the UAE as a significant partner in understanding the goal to reach US$5 trillion economy through a common beneficial partnership,” PM Modi told Wam in a meeting published on his arrival in the nation.

PM Modi, ahead of the visit, paid tribute to Crown Prince Sheikh Mohamed, calling their bond as driving power between UAE-India relationships.

On Friday, he stated that “The Crown Prince Sheikh Mohamed and I see each other as siblings.” The international media reported.

When PM Modi was asked regarding, the announcement of him receiving the highest civilian award the Order of Zayed, the Indian premier stated, it is a declaration to the two countries progressing friendship.

“It is additionally an honor for the whole Indian country of 1.3 billion individuals,” he stated — the Khaleej Times.

On Saturday evening, PM Modi will leave the UAE for Bahrain.

According to history, The UAE and India set up political relations in 1972, a year after the nation was established; however, ties stretch back hundreds of years. Today, more than 3,000,000 Indians call the UAE home.

The annual business between the nations is assessed at $60 billion, making the UAE India’s third-biggest business partner.

Prime Minister Modi wishes to build close relations with the UAE as one of India’s most prominent international policy accomplishments.

“Frequent visits and connections among India and UAE vouch for our dynamic relations,” PM Modi tweeted on Thursday. “The UAE is our third-largest business partner and fourth-biggest trading of crude oil for India. The visit will additionally reinforce our respective multifaceted bonds.”

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