Covid-19: One more die in Odisha, 130 fresh cases push the tally to 2608 | COVID-19: 65-yr-old woman succumbs in Kashmir, toll rises to 36 | Around 20 Delhi metro employees test Covid-19 positive | One person arrested in Kerala's pregnant elephant killing incident | Kerala elephant killing: Maneka Gandhi seeks Supreme Court's intervention, targets Rahul |
Terrorism and radicalization remain common challenges for India and Mali, says Vice President Naidu

Terrorism and radicalization remain common challenges for India and Mali, says Vice President Naidu

India BloomsNews Service | 21 Dec 2017, 08:21 pm

New Delhi, Dec 21 (IBNS): Vice President of India and Chairman, Rajya Sabha, M Venkaiah Naidu met a delegation led by Abdrahamane Niang, President of Mali's High Court of Justice along with two other Members of Parliament of Mali, in New Delhi on Thursday.

Deputy Chairman, Rajya Sabha, Dr. P.J. Kurien, the Secretary General, Rajya Sabha, Desh Deepak Verma and other dignitaries were present on the occasion.

While discussing various issues with the delegation, Vice President Naidu said that terrorism and radicalization remain common challenges for India and Mali, and the whole world. 

He said that India stands ready to extend Lines of Credit in projects of renewable energy sector in Mali.

India has already extended Duty Free Tariff Preference Scheme to Mali and Indian importers are availing the benefits, the Vice President pointed out to the delegation.

India is committed to further strengthen its developmental cooperation partnership with Mali, he added.

The Vice President said that the World Heritage Site of Timbuktu with its repository of invaluable Islamic scriptures and manuscripts is a unique cultural asset for the entire world. 

He said that India shall keenly look forward to an early inauguration and opening of the Exhibition “Taj Mahal meets Timbuktu” in India.

The Vice President congratulated the Government of Mali on the establishment of G-5 Sahel Joint Force which will contribute to unity, peace, development and prosperity of Mali and the region.

Image: PIB

Terrorism and radicalization remain common challenges for India and Mali, says Vice President Naidu

India BloomsNews Service
Comments ()

Post your comment:

Web Analytics