Visite de Narendra Modi : Cinq Accords Signés Entre l’Ile Maurice et l’Inde dont un sur Agalega

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Visite de Narendra Modi 11.03.2015

Visite de Narendra Modi 11.03.2015

L’île Maurice et l’Inde ont signé mercredi 11 mars cinq accords de coopération [Agreements/Memorandum of Understanding] dont un portant sur le « développement d’Agalega » à l’Hôtel du gouvernement, Port-Louis.

La signature de ces accords s’inscrit dans le cadre de la visite officielle du Premier ministre indien Narendra Modi à l’île Maurice pour une durée de 24 heures. Il est l’invité d’honneur du gouvernement mauricien aux célébrations de la fête nationale du 12-Mars.

« Our agreement today on the development of Agalega Island is a major stride in our cooperation in infrastructure sector », a écrit Narendra Modi sur son compte Twitter.

Cet accord vise à améliorer l’accès aérien et maritime à Agalega. « This MoU provides for setting up and upgradation of infrastructure for improving sea and air connectivity at the Outer Island of Mauritius which will go a long way in ameliorating the condition of the inhabitants of this remote Island. These facilities will enhance the capabilities of the Mauritian Defence Forces in safeguarding their interests in the Outer Island », peut-on lire sur la page officielle de Narendra Modi sur le net.

Les quatre autres accords :

Développement d'une Ocean economy. : « This MoU will provide an extensive framework for cooperation in the field of Ocean Economy, a novel and critical area of sustainable development in the Indian Ocean Region. It provides for mutually beneficial cooperation for exploration and capacity development in the field of marine resources, fisheries, green tourism, research and development of ocean technology, exchange of experts and other related activities », peut-on lire sur la page officielle de Narendra Modi.

Coopération accrue dans le domaine de la médecine traditionnelle

Accord bilatéral pour des échanges culturels pour la période de 2015-2018.: « The programme, inter alia, envisages exchange of cultural troupes, training in fine arts, organization of cultural exhibitions, preservation of cultural heritage, promotion of Indian languages, exchange of students, etc. This programme will also enhance greater people-to-people participation between the two countries », explique Narendra Modi.

Protocole d’accord pour faciliter l’importation des mangues fraîches de l’Inde.: « The aim of this Protocol is to facilitate importation of fresh mango fruits from India by Mauritius so that our Mauritian brethren can also relish the flavor of the world-renowned Indian mangoes », peut-on lire sur la page de Narendra Modi.

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