NaMo in Dubai News: Narendra Modi Announcing his trip to the United Arab Emirates (UAE) beginning August 16, 2015, Prime Minister Narendra Modi has written a special note on his Facebook page. Modi elaborates on the journey, the first for an Indian PM in 34 years. He goes on to explain how the UAE has been a “valued trade partner” of India for years. He also revealed that he will be visiting the “zero carbon” Masdar City while in the UAE.
Here’s what NaMo said ahead of his Dubai trip:
The economic strides taken by UAE are extremely admirable. UAE is a global economic success story that has attracted people from all over the world. UAE has also emerged as an important logistics hub. UAE and India’s strong partnership goes back several years. Both are multicultural societies that respect and celebrate plurality and diversity.
During my visit, I seek to enhance cooperation in energy, trade and will talk to investors on why India is an attractive destination to invest. I am certain my visit will boost people-to-people ties between our nations.
I specially look forward to meeting the large community of Indian workers based in UAE. No words will be enough to appreciate their hardwork and sweat over the last many years.
I will hold extensive talks with His Highness Sheikh Mohamed bin Zayed Al Nahyan, Crown Prince of Abu Dhabi, whose enlightened vision and farsightedness has taken UAE to new heights of development. I will meet His Highness Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, the Vice President and Prime Minister of UAE.
One of the places that I will visit in UAE is the Masdar City, a zero carbon city, which is an effort towards creating a cleaner and greener tomorrow.”
Modi has also shared the special website link created for his Dubai visit, further adding:
“On 17th August 2015 I am going to interact with the Indian community at a programme in the Dubai Cricket Stadium. The economic success of UAE has the hard work and sweat of over 2.5 million Indians who are staying there. These men and women have also risen to the occasion and contributed to India’s development on repeated occasions. I am sure this programme will be memorable and will celebrate the strong ties between India and UAE. http://www.namoindubai.ae/index.html” Source
Watch this space for coverage of the Narendra Modi Dubai visit. (Photo courtesy: Narendramodiindubai website)
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PM Narendra Modi in Dubai, UAE Important Info
1) The Prime Minister of India Shri Narendra Modi will address the Indian community at a cultural extravaganza on the 17th of August at the Dubai Cricket Stadium.
2) The registrations are over on the official website and only those who have registered will be allowed to enter the venue.
3) 50,000 registrations have been received and the capacity of the stadium is 30,000. Entry to the stadium is on first come first serve basis. So reach the venue nice and early. The gates will shut an hour before the event starts.
4) The closest metro stations to the venue – Dubai Cricket Stadium, are the Mall of the Emirates station and the Dubai Internet City station. There are shuttle buses organized from these Metro stations to the venue. Entry will be on first come first serve basis.
5) It is important to carry a valid ID along with a copy of your registration which you would have received on the official NaMo in Dubai website. Registrations are closed. Entry will not be permitted unless you have a valid ID and your copy of registration.
6) The capacity of the Dubai Cricket Stadium – the venue of Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s public address – is 30,000. Entry will be on first come first serve basis. For those who have registered but do not get to enter the stadium, there will be huge screen constructed outside which will broadcast all the happenings of the cultural extravaganza and the Prime Minister’s speech.