prestigious moment : UAE government in Abu Dhabi lits up the ADNOC building with tricolour on the occasion of PM Modi’s oath taking ceremony

In an exceptional motion, the UAE government lit up the famous ADNOC with tricolour on the event of the Oath taking ceremony of Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Council of Ministers to symbolize the nearby obligations of fellowship and collaboration between the two countries.

The flags of India and the UAE and pictures of Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Abu Dhabi Crown Prince Sheik Mohamed container Zayed Al Nahyan were shown on the veneer of the famous structure. The Abu Dhabi National Oil Company or ADNOC is the state-claimed oil organization of the United Arab Emirates.

India's vitality security is a top need for the UAE with ADNOC being the main remote oil and gas organization, until this point in time, to put resources into India's vital oil stores program. ADNOC is additionally a partner in one of India's biggest treatment facility and petrochemical edifices, which will be developed at Ratnagiri in Maharashtra, Khaleej Times announced.

Strategic energy co-operation between the UAE and India was supported in March 2019, when an Indian consortium of two organizations was granted the investigation rights for an inland square in Abu Dhabi's introduction focused square offered round. Also, an Indian consortium of three organizations was granted a 10 percent taking part for Abu Dhabi's offshore Lower Zakum concession in February 2018, it said.

Navdeep Singh Suri, the Indian Ambassador to the UAE, told WAM, the official news organization of the United Arab Emirates, that since the visit of PM Modi to UAE in August 2015, the two countries have seen a genuine change in our bilateral ties. “The close friendship that has blossomed over the last four years between our prime minister and the Sheikh Mohamed bin Zayed is well-known. The whole world can see it today in this unique celebration of the re-election of the prime minister for a fresh five-year term. The ADNOC tower behind us is beautifully lit up and adorned with the flags of India and UAE and visuals of the two leaders”he said.

“But beyond the symbolism of these images is also the clear direction that the prime minister and the Crown Prince have provided to diplomats like us to make the India-UAE Comprehensive Strategic Partnership a truly vibrant example of what we can achieve when we work together.” Navdeep Singh Suri said.

In the recent two years, Suri said respective ties have advanced from a straightforward purchaser dealer relationship to a multi-faceted association that has prompted our first key oil save, our first oil concessions in the Gulf and the consent to cooperate in our West coast super processing plant venture. “So, as the Prime Minister starts his second term in office, there is a tremendous sense of optimism for India-UAE ties. We now have the opportunity to build upon the strong platform that we have created over the last four years, and to make the coming period a truly Golden Era in our relationship,”he added.

"An extraordinary gesture! the UAE government lit up the iconic ADNOC building in Abu Dhabi on the occasion of the swearing-in ceremony of Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Council of Ministers”. The spokesperson of External Affairs Ministry Raveesh Kumar tweeted.


by Lokendra Sharma | Sat, Jun 01 - 12:25 PM

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