Agalega Airstrip: India’s Strategic Move In Indian Ocean Challenges China’s String Of Pearls

Agalega Airstrip: India’s Strategic Move in Indian Ocean Challenges China’s String of Pearls.

Discover how India’s new Agalega Airstrip strengthens its presence in the Indian Ocean, countering China’s strategic ambitions.

Explore the joint efforts of PM Modi and Mauritius PM Pravind Jugnauth in enhancing bilateral ties and development projects.

Agalega Airstrip: India’s ‘military base’ built in the Indian Ocean, this is how China’s String of Pearls will fail from Agalega.

India Mauritius Ties: Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Mauritius Prime Minister Pravind Jugnauth jointly inaugurated the St. James Jetty in Mauritius today.

Along with this, both of them also jointly inaugurated six community development projects and the new airstrip of Agalega in Mauritius.

Mauritius PM speaks on Mauritius-India relations.

Mauritius Prime Minister Pravind Kumar Jugnauth said that indeed we are making history today at Agalega Island, where a new airstrip, new jetty, and many other development projects have been inaugurated.

The event marks another great moment for the remarkable and exemplary partnership between Mauritius and India.

I thank Narendra Modi for giving a new dimension to Mauritius-India relations and partnership.

Mauritius PM thanked Modi.

Prime Minister of Mauritius Pravind Kumar Jugnauth said Prime Minister Narendra Modi, ever since you took over as the Prime Minister of India, our relations became strong.

I want to express my deep gratitude to you on behalf of the government and people of Mauritius for the special attention you have paid to our country.

As your brilliant leadership spreads across the world, India and the Indian diaspora have established themselves as a global force of values, knowledge, and success.

This demonstrates the dynamic, robust, and special relationship that exists between Mauritius and India. Our shared priorities as members of the Global South are similar.

PM Modi: “India has always respected Mauritius’s needs.”

PM Modi said India-Mauritius relations have taken an unprecedented direction in the last 10 years. We achieved new heights in this relationship.

We have a new look at scientific and historical relations, Development partnership has been the main pillar of our relations…India has always respected the needs of Mauritius.


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