Prime Minister Narendra Modi arrived in Amman, Jordan on Friday. Modi had accompanied Israel's Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu during the latter's visit to Ahmedabad and Sabarkantha last month.
Since Modi's first visit, the trajectory of the India-UAE ties have hit a renewed pace with two countries forging a new era of cooperation through the signing of a comprehensive strategic partnership agreement.
The glossy compilation, given to BJP MPs at the parliamentary party meeting, describes Mr Modi as an unbeatable global legend and sheds light on worldwide media reports on his Davos visit for attending the World Economic Forum. The interview, which was published on 7 February, was largely centered around the prime minister's personal interests and daily routines, but it also shed light on his bilateral visit to the UAE and the agenda he seeks to pursue when he meets the leadership of UAE.More news: PUBG Cheaters are everywhere, BattlEye Bans 1044000 more
When asked about India's growing engagement with Israel, an unperturbed Abbas said that "any state has the right to establish relations with other countries". "In a gracious and personal gesture, the King invited Prime Minister Modi to his residence for the meeting", he said.
The UAE is home to over three million people of Indian origin.
Due to President Trump's recognition of Jerusalem as Israel's capital past year, the U.S. will likely no longer be regarded as a capable mediator.
Appreciating India's assistance in strengthening Palestinian economy through executing several projects in the Palestinian areas, President Abbas said that "he can not forget" New Delhi's support and wishes to further discuss with PM Modi areas of cooperation in the economic sphere. New Delhi is funding an India-Palestinian technology park in Ramallah to help develop IT skills and generate employment. Modi will then leave for the UAE later in the day for a two-day visit.
A lot of Palestinian diplomats have received training in India and hundreds of Palestinians have availed scholarships to study at Indian institutions as part of New Delhi's effort towards capacity building in Palestine.