New Delhi: Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Tuesday passed on to Palestine President Mahmoud Abbas India's "immovable support" to the Palestinian cause.
PM Modi likewise said that India seeks after an early resumption of talks amongst Palestinian and Israeli sides in order to move towards finding an extensive determination to the Palestinian issue.
"The connection amongst India and Palestine is based on the establishment of long-standing solidarity and kinship since the times of our own flexibility battle. India has been steady in its support of the Palestinian cause. Furthermore, ,we plan to see the acknowledgment of a sovereign, free, joined together and suitable Palestine, existing together calmly with Israel. I have reaffirmed our position on this to President Abbas amid our discussion today," PM said.
He included, "We had broad trade of perspectives on the circumstance in West Asia and the Middle East Peace Process. We concurred that the difficulties in West Asia must be tended to through managed political discourse and quiet means. India seeks after early resumption of talks amongst Palestinian and Israeli sides to move towards finding an extensive determination. At the two-sided level, India is resolved to be a helpful advancement accomplice of Palestine."
PM Modi additionally stated, "President Abbas and I concurred that both sides, through down to earth collaboration, will cooperate to assemble Palestine's economy and add to enhancing the lives of its kin. We will keep on supporting the improvement and limit building endeavors of Palestine. The understandings closed today are reaffirmation of our aim to fortify participation toward this path."
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