"Will Not Allow...": Maldives President Says Indian Troops To Exit By May | Read

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Sticking to his anti-India stand, Maldives President Mohamed Muizzu told the parliament today that the island nation will not allow "any country to interfere with or undermine our sovereignty". He said New Delhi and Male have agreed that Indian troops will leave The Maldives by May 10, according to local media reports.

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