India and UAE have long-standing bilateral relations: Minister of State, External Affairs, India

India leads by example by vaccinating its billion people: V Muraleedharan Dubai, United Arab Emirates (NewsView) Shri V. Muraleedharan, Minister of State (MoS) for External Affairs and Minister of State for Parliamentary Affairs, Govt . from India visited the India pavilion at Expo 2020 Dubai yesterday. Speaking to the media after the pavilion tour, Shri Muraleedharan said, “This is the first time in the history of exhibitions that a large number of Indians are attending an event. The Indian pavilion reflects the cultural, economic and technological advancements made by the country. It signifies the growth of India and its rise as a powerful economic force in the world. Regarding the space program partnership, the minister said that India and UAE have long-standing bilateral relations in different sectors, which in addition. “India has made significant progress in space science and this partnership will benefit both countries,” he added.

Speaking on travel restrictions, Shri Muraleedharan said: “COVID is an unpredictable and unforeseen pandemic, and many countries have been forced to impose travel restrictions, but we are happy that we were able to contain the spread of COVID. “India is leading by example because we have already given 1 billion vaccines to our population. We have also supplied vaccines to 93 countries around the world. The Prime Minister has already announced that the vaccine supply which had stopped during the second wave will resume. I am sure that in the next few days, as new cases drop significantly, travel restrictions will be relaxed. We have had consultations on this subject on the sidelines of the Abu Dhabi dialogue, but we will wait for other countries to make the official announcement, â€he added.

Regarding the rehabilitation of expatriates who have lost their jobs in the United Arab Emirates, Shri Muraleedharan said: “The government has already made a lot of efforts in this regard. We have introduced a skills component in which anyone who decides to relocate to India can input their skills capabilities in the prescribed format and the data will be shared with the Ministry of Skills Development. We have also created a platform for the benefit of employers and employees, but many of them have already returned or are planning to return as all the Gulf countries have started to open their borders. Regarding the high airfares, the minister said he was aware of the issue and would discuss it with the Ministry of Civil Aviation.

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Image: Sh. V. Muraleedharan, MoS, External and Parliamentary Affairs, Govt. of India with Dr Aman Puri, Consul General of India, Dubai at the India Pavilion at Expo 2020 Dubai PWR PWR

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