Narendra Modi is being received by officials and dignitaries in Abu Dhabi.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Friday arrived in Abu Dhabi, on the second leg of his three-nation visit.
The Indian Prime Minister tweeted, "Looking forward to holding talks with His Highness Crown Prince@MohamedBinZayed and discussing the full range of friendship between India and UAE. Deepening economic relations will also be on the agenda during this visit."
Modi would meet the Crown Prince of Abu Dhabi and Deputy Supreme Commander of the UAE Armed Forces, His Highness Sheikh Mohamed Bin Zayed Al Nahyan, on Saturday, to discuss bilateral, regional and international matters of mutual interest.
The Prime Minister will receive the “Order of Zayed” honour and launch the RuPay card.
On Saturday, he will have an interaction with the NRI business community.
A ceremonial welcome would be held at the Presidential Palace, after which delegation level talks would be held.
The Prime Minister would receive the Order of Zayed, the highest civil decoration of the UAE, which was conferred earlier in April 2019 in recognition of his distinguished leadership for giving a big boost to bilateral relations between the two countries, an MEA statement said.
The Prime Minister would pay a state visit to the Kingdom of Bahrain from August 24-25 in the first ever Prime Ministerial visit from India to the Gulf monarchy.
India’s energy security is a top priority for the UAE with ADNOC being the only foreign oil and gas company, to date, to invest in India’s strategic petroleum reserves programme.
The UAE and India enjoy strong and cordial relations across multiple fronts, backed by top-level political and people-to-people interactions.
Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi is set to pay a two-day state visit to Abu Dhabi from Aug.23, and also to Bahrain
During the conversation by all means conducive to maintain its security and stability, re-asserting that the negative effects of the attacks (on two Aramco's facilities) on the US economy as well as the world economy.
As part of its food security programme, the Emirates Red Crescent distributed 650 food baskets, weighing more than 50 tonnes, to 3,250 needy families.
Key players include media mogul Nabil Karoui — behind bars due to an ongoing money laundering probe — Abdelfattah Mourou, who heads a first-time bid on behalf of his Islamist inspired Ennahdha party, and Prime Minister Youssef Chahed.