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Modi Begins 3-Nation Tour; Says Palestine Visit a 'Historic' Occasion

11 February 2018

Before the two leader's meeting a senior Palestinian official said that Mehmoud Abbas will ask PM Modi to support muli-county sponsorship that would enable to replace the United States as sole mediator in future negotiations between Israel and Palestine.

Commendation of Grand Collar read, "In recognition of his wise leadership, lofty national and global stature, in appreciation of his efforts to promote historic relations between Palestine and India, in acknowledgement of his support to our people's right to freedom so that peace prevails in region".

The Prime Minister observes that he hopes for the State of Palestine to be living in an environment of peace.

Addressing a joint conference, President Mahmoud Abbas said that It was his honour to welcome Modi as a great guest, on his first historic visit to Palestine which holds, to him personally and to the people of India, sentiments of love and appreciation.

President Mahmoud Abbas begins his speech, pointing how India has been one of the first countries that recognised Palestine.

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The UAE granted the temple project after India conveyed the demand of its nationals for a place of worship during Modi's 2015 visit to the country. On his visit to Israel in July, the premier gave Netanyahu his signature bear hug, and the two strolled barefoot along a beach.

The people of Tripura aspire to achieve new heights of glory and are in need of better employment opportunities, Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi said on Thursday at a rally in Sonamura town in the northeast Indian state of Tripura. "India hopes that soon Palestine will come a free country in a peaceful manner", he said.

Modi's plans to lay a wreath at the tomb of Palestinian leader Yasser Arafat, considered a terrorist by many Israelis, is already raising eyebrows in Israel. India and Palestine enjoy time-tested and close friendship driven by former long-standing support to the Palestinian cause.

PM Modi will first visit Jordanian capital Amman from where he will take a chopper to reach the Palestinian city of Ramallah, which hosts the Palestinian Authority's presidential headquarters. He is the first prime minister to visit Palestine.

"I got an invitation from the President to meet the Indian Prime Minister". He asked India to facilitate the peace process with Israel. Following this, several agreements include in areas like finance and skills development are likely to be signed.

Modi Begins 3-Nation Tour; Says Palestine Visit a 'Historic' Occasion