India Hopes To See Independent Palestine State Soon, Says PM | Read

PUBLISHED ON: February 10, 2018 | Duration: 17 min, 54 sec

  
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Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Friday backed a "sovereign and independent Palestine" and spoke about India's hopes for return of peace in the region as he wrapped up his "historic" visit to Palestine, the first by an Indian Prime Minister. PM Modi spent around three hours on this visit that Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas, has described as "significant". PM Modi had skipped Palestine when he had visited Israel in July 2017 to signal his government's decision to treat New Delhi's relations with the two countries as "mutually independent and exclusive". In Ramallah that serves as the de facto capital of Palestine, PM Modi headed straight to the memorial of former President Yasser Arafat where he laid a wreath. Accompanied by President Abbas, he also visited the Yasser Arafat Museum. (Video courtesy: DD News)
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