Highlights:

  • PM Modi inaugurated the Supreme Court of Mauritius
  • He praised the efforts of both the countries’ development and said in this new journey India and Mauritius will work together.
  • Our partnership is destined to soar even higher in the coming years: PM Modi
  • Modi also informed that based on this philosophy, India made efforts to nurture new institutions like the International Solar Alliance
  • Jugnauth even thank India for the generosity for assisting several countries including Mauritius

New Delhi: Today, the Prime Minister of India, Narendra Modi, and Prime Minister of Mauritius, Pravind Jugnauth jointly held a virtual press conference to inaugurate the new Supreme Court building of Mauritius. While talking about the future sustainable developments and relation with Mauritius on the new Supreme Court, PM Modi uttered, “the new SC building is a symbol of both countries’ cooperation.” He even praised the efforts of both the countries’ development and says in this new journey, India and Mauritius will work together.

PM Modi further added, “With Mauritius, we not only share the waters of the Indian Ocean, but also share a common heritage of kinship, culture, and language.” He also added, “Our partnership is destined to soar even higher in the coming years and India and Mauritius friendship remain immortal.” The Prime Minister of India revealed that Mauritius is the first place where he spoke about India’s vision of “Sagar- Security and Growth for all in the Region.”

During the Conference, PM Modi also informed that based on this philosophy, India made efforts to nurture new institutions like the International Solar Alliance. Let the rays of the sun brighten the journey of human progress. “We are also working on a strong Coalition for Disaster Resilient Infrastructure,” he added.

The Prime Minister of Mauritius, Pravind Jugnauth has also praised Narendra Modi and thanked him for giving time for this event in the middle of the crisis. Jugnauth even thanked India for the generosity for assisting several countries including Mauritius in the fight against COVID-19. He also added the new Supreme Court building is one of the five projects being implanted under the Special economic package of USD 353 million extended by India to Mauritius in 2016.

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