In Message to India, Maldives Says No Threat Of Invasion, Talks Sovereignty | Read

PUBLISHED ON: February 14, 2018 | Duration: 6 min, 05 sec

  
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Maldives President Abdulla Yameen's government on Tuesday served a sharp warning against the many calls for Indian military intervention to resolve the crisis in the tiny island nation, announcing that his country had not sought military intervention and it "firmly believes that India would not act on any such calls". "We would like to assure all our beloved citizens that Maldives does not have to fear for its independence or sovereignty and that the Government would not give any opportunity to anyone to threaten the country's sovereignty," the statement said.
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