PM’s telephonic conversation with President of Turkey

Prime Minister Narendra Modi today has telephonic conversations with Turkey President Recep Tayyip Erdogn and Crown Prince of Abu Dubai Sheikh Mohammed bin Zayed Al-Nahyan.

Turkey President Erdogan called Prime Minister Modi over telephone and expressed condolences for the victims of recent terrorist attacks in India, and wished speedy recovery to those injured in the attacks.

Modi said that terrorism remains one of the gravest threats to global peace and security. He underscored the importance of immediate, demonstrable, and irreversible action against terrorism by all concerned countries.

Modi also  spoke over telephone with  Zayed Al-Nahyan, Crown Prince of Abu Dhabi and Deputy Supreme Commander of the UAE Armed Forces. The Leaders expressed happiness at the growing strength of all-round bilateral cooperation. They reiterated their commitment to further consolidate the bilateral comprehensive strategic partnership.

The Prime Minister took this opportunity to thank the Crown Prince for the invitation extended to India for addressing the OIC Foreign Ministers’ Council as a Guest of Honour in Abu Dhabi earlier this month. He expressed the hope that this historical participation would contribute to attaining the common objectives of peace and progress.

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