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PALESTINE HONOURS PM MODI WITH HIGHEST AWARD “GRAND COLLAR”
MODI REFORMS DECADES OLD INDIA POLICY ON PALESTINE
MODI SIGNALS PALESTINE DIVISION” WEST BANK & GAZA STRIP
MODI WILL NOT ACCEPT EAST JERUSALEM AS PALESTINE CAPITAL
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PM MODI SIGNS 5 AGREEMENTS WITH UAE IN ABU DHABI
PM MODI ARRIVES IN DUBAI FOR “WORLD GOVERNMENT SUMMIT”
PM MODI ARRIVES IN MUSCAT ON 12 FEB FOR OMAN 2 DAYS VISIT

 By: PRIYADARSHINI SIDDHARTHA REDDY
 
 CHAIRMAN BOARD OF EDITORS
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 11 February 2018
 

MODI RECOGNISES PALESTINE AS DIVIDED BETWEEN WEST-BANK & GAZA-STRIP & CANNOT BE ONE UNITED NATION

The Prime Minister Narendra Modi Reformed the India Policy on Palestine by indicating that India Believes that Palestine is Not a Singular United Entity, but is on the Ground divided into Two Entities of the One in the West Bank and the other in the Gaza Strip and hence East Jerusalem cannot be the Capital of Palest


Internal differences within the Palestine leadership, Fatah and Hamas have led to a situation where, over the past decade, the Palestinians have been living under two political controls.


PALESTINE IS DIVIDED INTO TWO ENTITIES

The internationally recognised PNA headed by Prime Minister Abbas, whose authority is limited to the West Bank.


The increasingly Internationally isolated Hamas-ruled Gaza Strip.


The Prime Minister Narendra Modi by dropping the call for a “united Palestine” has finally reformed India’s Diplomatic Position to the “new ground realities” in Palestine and the “facts on the ground.”


ISRAEL WINS AS PALESTINE IS DIVIDED INTO TWO ENTITIES

The Failure of Palestine to unite and instead be divided, with West Bank Region and the Gaza Strip Region has ensured that Israel is the Big Winner.


The Prime Minister Narendra Modi realising the Ground Reality of the Division of Palestine into Two Entities in the West Bank Region and the Gaza Strip Region, wisely did not mention the “two-state solution” between Israel and Palestine.


MODI HISTORIC VISIT TO PALESTINE

The Prime Minister Narendra Modi arrived in Palestine from Jordan for a One day visit on 10 February 2018.


The Prime Minister Narendra Modi during his one day visit to Ramallah the Capital of Palestine has become the Biggest Global World Leader adored by all in Palestine.


The Prime Minister Narendra Modi is India’s First Prime Minister on a State Visit to Palestine.


The Prime Minister Narendra Modi and the Palestine President Mahmoud Abbas embraced each other several times during the One day 10 February 2018 Visit to Palestine.


PALESTINE APPROVES OF ONLY MODI AS GREAT WORLD LEADER

The Prime Minister Narendra Modi has captured the minds and the hearts of all the Politicians, Officials, Media and the People of Palestine, with his Diplomacy and Statesman Global Stature.


The Prime Minister Narendra Modi is the ONLY Global Leader trusted by Palestine Now.


The Prime Minister Narendra Modi is the Only World Leader sought after by Palestine to ensure the permanent Peace Accord with Israel.


The Prime Minister Narendra Modi is the Only Global Leader, trusted Now by Both Palestine and Israel, to carve out Permanent Peace between both the inimically hostile neighbor nations.


MODI & PALESTINE BILATERAL TALKS

The Prime Minister Narendra Modi held Bilateral Talks with the Palestine Leadership.


The Prime Minister Narendra Modi Modi and the Palestine President Mahmoud Abbas held Bilateral Talks at the Al Muqataa, the Palestinian President Office.


The Prime Minister Narendra Modi and the Palestine Delegation led by the Palestine  Prime Minister Abbas discussed in detail India and Palestine Relations and the Palestine-Israel Conflict Scenario.


NO JOINT STATEMENT BY MODI & PALESTINE

The Prime Minister Narendra Modi and the Palestine President Mahmoud Abbas DID NOT make a Joint Statement after the Bilateral Talks.


A Joint Statement by Both Heads of Government after the Bilateral talks is always Done by any Two Nations.


The Prime Minister Narendra Modi and the Palestine President Mahmoud Abbas obviously did Not agree on many Matters and therefore they did Not issue a Joint statement.


The Prime Minister Narendra Modi and the Palestine President Mahmoud Abbas therefore could not and did not issue a Joint Statement, after their Bilateral Talks.


MODI ASSURED PALESTINE OF NATIONHOOD

The Prime Minister Narendra Modi assured Palestine of India’s Positive contribution to put the Global Diplomacy Process on the speed Path to facilitate the Recognition of Palestine as an Independent Nation.


The Prime Minister Narendra Modi promised to do his best for “an early realisation of a sovereign and independent state of Palestine.”


The Prime Minister Narendra Modi did not emphasise on creating a “united” and “viable” Palestine.


The Prime Minister Narendra Modi  did Not spell out “the two-state solution.”


MODI REFORMED INDIA POSITION ON “UNITED PALESTINE”

The Prime Minister Narendra Modi thus revised his MAY 2017 Policy of Israel and Palestine being Two Independent Nations.


The Prime Minister Narendra Modi  in his carefully calibrated omission of a “united” and “viable” Palestine has changed India’s Diplomacy Position on Palestine.


The Prime Minister Narendra Modi in his Palestine visit, has made a radical change in India’s earlier declared Two Nations Position for Palestine and Israel, which was maintained for seven decades.


The Prime Minister Narendra Modi did not mention East Jerusalem as the capital of Palestine.


MODI TALKED TO PALESTINE

The Prime Minister Narendra Modi Modi and the Palestine President Mahmoud Abbas discussed US President Donald Trump’s move to officially recognise Jerusalem as Israel’s Capital.


The Prime Minister Narendra Modi Modi and the Palestine President Mahmoud Abbas exchanged views on “recent regional and global developments that have a bearing on the peace and security in Palestine and on the peace process.


The Prime Minister Narendra Modi “I have once again reassured President Abbas that India is committed to upholding the interests of the Palestinian people. India hopes for an early realisation of a sovereign, independent state of Palestine, living in an environment of peace.”


The Prime Minister Narendra Modi in May 2017, when Palestine Prime Minister Abbas had visited India, had said, “We hope to see the realisation of a sovereign, independent, united and viable Palestine, coexisting peacefully with Israel.”


While “sovereign and independent” Palestine remains India’s position, the notion of a “united Palestine” has come under challenge.


Internal differences within the Palestine leadership, Fatah and Hamas have led to a situation where, over the past decade, the Palestinians have been living under two political controls: the internationally recognised PNA headed by Prime Minister Abbas, whose authority is limited to the West Bank, and an increasingly isolated Hamas-ruled Gaza Strip.


The Prime Minister Narendra Modi by dropping the call for a “united Palestine”has finally reconciled India’s Diplomatic Position to the “new ground realities” in Palestine and the “facts on the ground.”


MODI POLICY ON PALESTINE

The Prime Minister Narendra Modi said, “We believe that ultimately the lasting answer to the Palestinian question lies in dialogue and understanding that finds its path to peaceful coexistence”.


The Prime Minister Narendra Modi mention of “peaceful co-existence”, however, does not automatically endorse the two-state solution.


PALESTINE WANTS MODI TO BE NEGOTIATOR WITH ISRAEL

Palestine Prime Minister Abbas, however, mentioned the “two-state solution” as well as East Jerusalem as the capital of the State of Palestine in his statement.


Palestine Prime Minister Abbas said, “I would like to reassert our commitment to political action and negotiations as a means of achieving our national goals to freedom and independence, in accordance with the two-state solution, along the lines of 1967 and the internationally legitimate resolutions, so that Palestine and Israel can co-exist in peace and security, provided that East Jerusalem is the capital of the State of Palestine.”


The Prime Minister Narendra Modi  said that “India fervently hopes for peace and stability in this region. The cycle of violence and the burden of history can only be overcome through intensive diplomacy and farsighted vision. We know this is not easy, but we must continue trying, for there is too much at stake.”


Palestine Prime Minister Abbas acknowledged that the Indian leadership has always supported peace in Palestine. Abbas said Palestine is always ready to engage in negotiations to achieve its goal of an independent state.


“We have never rejected negotiations; we have been and are still ready for negotiations.”


Palestine Prime Minister Abbas told the India Prime Minister Narendra Modi that: “Forming a multilateral international mechanism of many countries is the best way to sponsor negotiations. I request India Prime Minister Narendra Modi to facilitate the peace process with Israel.


“We rely on India’s role as an international voice of great standing and weight, through its historical role in the Non-Aligned Movement and in all international forum, and its increasingly growing power on the strategic and economic levels, in a way that is conducive to just and desired peace in our region,” said Abbas.


MODI SENTIMENT FOR PALESTINE

The Prime Minister Narendra Modi while reforming India’s position on the India Diplomacy Policy on Palestine, struck the right Diplomacy Emotional Chords in Palestine.


The Prime Minister Narendra Modi invoked India’s historical position to the Palestinian cause.


The Prime Minister Narendra Modi  said that: “India and Palestine share a long and steadfast historical association that has withstood the test of time. Our support to the Palestinian cause has been a continuous thread in our foreign policy, unbroken, unwavering.”


MODI REMEMBERS YASSER ARAFAT

The Prime Minister Narendra Modi recalled PLO leader Yasser Arafat, the first President of the State of Palestine.


The Prime Minister Narendra Modi first stop was a visit to Arafat’s memorial and museum.


The Prime Minister Narendra Modi  called Arafat by the popular name, Abu Ammar.


The Prime Minister Narendra Modi said, “Arafat was a great leader and the role he has played for the freedom of Palestine. He was also a close friend of the Indian people.”


MODI PRAISED PALESTINE COURAGE

The Prime Minister Narendra Modi praised the people of Palestine for showing “great tenacity and courage in the face of persistent challenges and adversity” and for their “steely resolve.


The Prime Minister Narendra Modi said, “What you in Palestine have done in the face of difficulties is truly admirable.”


MODI $50 MILLION DEALS WITH PALESTINE

The Prime Minister Narendra Modi led India and Palestine signed agreements worth $50 million, including $30 million for setting up a super specialty hospital in Beit Sahour and $5 million for construction of a centre for empowering women.


Three agreements in the education sector, worth $5 million, and for procurement of equipment and machinery for the National Printing Press in Ramallah were also signed.


The Prime Minister Narendra Modi announced that the youth exchanges would see an increase from 50 to 100 youths from this year.


The Prime Minister Narendra Modi “We regard these as building blocks for the emergence of a vibrant Palestinian State,” he said, adding that the two countries resolved to deepen their engagement with ministerial-level joint commission meeting.


FINISHLINE

The Prime Minister Narendra Modi Reformed the India Policy on Palestine by indicating that India Believes that Palestine is Not a Singular United Entity, but is on the Ground divided into Two Entities of the One in the West Bank and the other in the Gaza Strip and hence East Jerusalem cannot be the Capital of Palestine.


MODI LED INDIA & UAE SIGNED 5 AGREEMENTS

The Prime Minister Narendra Modi  led India and the United Arab Emirates on 10 February 2018, signed 5 Agreements in Abu Dhabi.


The 5 agreements include a historic pact awarding a consortium of Indian oil companies a 10% stake in one of Abu Dhabi’s offshore oil fields.

Prime Minister Narendra Modi held wide-ranging talks with Crown Prince of Abu Dhabi Mohamed bin Zayed Al Nahyan on February 10.

India and UAE signed five agreements including a historic pact awarding a consortium of Indian oil companies a 10% stake in offshore oil concession.

The Prime Minister Narendra Modi arrived in Abu Dhabi from Jordan on 10 February 2018, on the second leg of his Four-nation tour of Jordan, Palestine, UAE & Oman.

The Prime Minister Narendra Modi was received by the Crown Prince and other members of the royal family at the Abu Dhabi Airport.

The Prime Minister Narendra Modi on arrival in the UAE  said his visit will have a positive impact on India-UAE ties.

Crown Prince Mohammed, also the Deputy Supreme Commander of the UAE Armed Forces, welcoming the Prime Minister Narendra Modi to the UAE said that:

“We warmly welcome our state guest and valued friend, the Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi to the UAE. The Prime Minister Narendra Modi visit to the UAE, reflects our longstanding historical ties and is testament to our friendly bilateral relationship.”

The Prime Minister Narendra Modi held wide-ranging talks with Crown Prince Mohammed.

The Prime Minister Narendra Modi had first visited the UAE as Prime Minister in August 2015.

After their Bilateral Talks, the two Nations signed five agreements related to energy sector, railways, manpower and financial services.

An MoU between the Indian Consortium (OVL, BPRL & IOCL) and the Abu Dhabi National Oil Company (ADNOC) was signed for the acquisition of a 10% participating interest in the Abu Dhabi’s offshore Lower Zakum Concession.

The concession will be for 40 years from 2018 to 2057, with 60% of the participating interest will be retained by ADNOC and remaining 30% will be awarded to other international oil companies.

“This is the first Indian Investment in upstream oil sector of UAE, transforming the traditional buyer-seller relationship to a long-term investor relationship,” it added.

To cooperate in the field of manpower, India and the UAE signed an MoU that aims to institutionalise the collaborative administration of contractual employment of Indian workers in the Gulf country.

Under the MoU, both the sides will work to integrate their labour related e-platforms for ending the existing malpractices, combat trafficking and organise collaborative programs for education and awareness of contractual workers.

An MoU for technical cooperation in railways was also signed between the two sides. The MoU aims at cooperation in infrastructure sector especially railways.

“The MoU will facilitate development of joint projects, knowledge sharing, joint research and technology transfer. The MoU envisages formation of a Joint Working Group for institutionalising the cooperation mechanism,” the statement said.

To deepen bilateral cooperation in the field of finance, an MoU between Bombay Stock Exchange and Abu Dhabi Securities Exchange was also signed. It aims at enhancing cooperation between both the countries in financial services industry.

The MoU would facilitate investment in financial markets by investors from both the countries.

An MoU between the Government of Jammu and Kashmir and DP World was also signed to establish multi-modal logistics park and hub in Jammu comprising warehouses and specialised storage solutions.

Various buildings in Abu Dhabi were lit in the Indian tricolor as the city was decked up to welcome Prime Minister Modi, who also attended a state banquet hosted by the Abu Dhabi Crown Prince.

The Prime Minister Narendra Modi will visit Wahat Al Karama, the UAE martyr’s war memorial in Abu Dhabi on 11 February 2018.

PM MODI IN DUBAI ON 11 FEB 2018

The Prime Minister Narendra Modi will travel to Dubai on 11 February 2018.

The Prime Minister Narendra Modi will interact in Dubai with the Indian community at an event at the Dubai Opera House and will witness the ground-breaking ceremony of the first Hindu temple in Abu Dhabi. The ceremony will be live-streamed to the Opera House.

The Prime Minister Narendra Modi will deliver a keynote address at the World Government Summit in Dubai.

The Prime Minister Narendra Modi led India is a guest of honour this year at the World Government Summit in Dubai.

The Prime Minister Narendra Modi will deliver the  inaugural address on the theme: ‘Technology for development’

PM MODI ARRIVES IN MUSCAT FOR OMAN VISIT

The Prime Minister Narendra Modi after completing the engagements in the UAE, will Fly to Muscat for a 2 day Visit to Oman on 11 February 2018.

 
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