MALDIVES DEFENCE MINISTER: ‘Our relationship with India today is stronger than ever'
Millennium Post Delhi|October 22, 2021
The relationship between the Maldives and India today is stronger than ever and New Delhi has been the first and best responder to Mal in all times of need, the island nation's Defence Minister Mariya Didi has said.

NEW DELHI:

In a recorded video message played during a defence conclave here on Thursday, Didi also appreciated India's support to the Maldives in all areas of development.

Today, the relationship between the Maldives and India is stronger than ever. It's not anchored by our shared values, history and perspectives alone. India is and has been our first and best responder in all times of need, she said.

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