Mohamed Bin Zayed and Narendra Modi. File/WAM
His Highness Sheikh Mohamed Bin Zayed Al Nahyan, Crown Prince of Abu Dhabi and Deputy Supreme Commander of the UAE Armed Forces, has congratulated Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi for his second-term election win.
Sheikh Mohamed congratulated the Prime Minister and the BJP on the elections win over the telephone, wishing Modi success in serving his nation.
Sheikh Mohamed said, “I was pleased to talk to my dear friend Narendra Modi, India’s PM, over the phone to congratulate him on his party’s election win. We look forward to working together to deepen our strong bilateral ties. The UAE wishes India & its friendly people more development & prosperity…”
Sheikh Mohamed Bin Zayed expressed his keenness to enhance cooperation and to advance UAE-India relations further. He also wished the Indian government and people further progress and prosperity.
The Indian Prime Minister expressed his thanks and appreciation to Sheikh Mohamed for the congratulatory call and kind gesture, adding that he hoped to advance bilateral ties between the two countries further. Modi also wished the UAE government and people continued growth and development.
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