Wednesday , July 24 2024

PM Modi's address in Dubai today, Burj Khalifa bathed in the light of the tricolor

The world's tallest building Burj Khalifa was drenched in the colors of the Indian tricolor. Many preparations have been made in UAE before PM Modi's address at the World Government Summit. During this, 'Guest of Honor-Republic of India' was written on Burj Khalifa in honor of India and PM Modi.

Prime Minister Narendra Modi is in Abu Dhabi, the capital of United Arab Emirates on a two-day visit. The round of diplomatic meetings continues in Abu Dhabi. PM Modi will also address the World Government Summit during his UAE visit. Before PM Modi's address, Dubai's Burj Khalifa was decorated with tricolor lights.

The world's tallest building Burj Khalifa was drenched in the colors of the Indian tricolor. Many preparations have been made in UAE before PM Modi's address at the World Government Summit. During this, 'Guest of Honor-Republic of India' was written on Burj Khalifa in honor of India and PM Modi. PM Modi addressed the Ahlan Modi program in Abu Dhabi yesterday. Starting his speech, PM Modi praised the relations between India and UAE.

Crown Prince of Dubai welcomed
Prime Minister Narendra Modi met the President of UAE during his visit to UAE on Tuesday. During this, bilateral issues were discussed. Crown Prince of Dubai Sheikh Hamdan bin Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum warmly welcomed PM Modi. He said the strong relations between the two countries serve as a model for international cooperation. On X, the Crown Prince of Dubai said that we warmly welcome the Republic of India and the Prime Minister of India, Narendra Modi, our guest of honor at this year's World Government Summit. We have strong relationships. Nations serve as a model for international cooperation. The World Government Conference has become one of the world's leading platforms to share governance best practices, success stories and initiatives, and envision the future of government.

During the inauguration of the largest Hindu temple
Prime Minister Narendra Modi also interacted with the first batch of students from the IIT Delhi-Abu Dhabi campus and appreciated the project of bringing students from the two countries together. Now PM Modi will also inaugurate the largest Hindu temple of West Asia in Abu Dhabi. Built in pink sandstone in Nagara style at a cost of Rs 700 crore, this grand temple is 108 feet high and is built on 402 pillars. In this temple spread over 27 acres, steel and iron have not been used like the Ram temple of Ayodhya. This wonderful temple was completed in five years.