To a question from the press, Pravind Jugnauth was to point out that the country continues to benefit from collaboration with India in order to detect any cases of illegal fishing in our waters.
The head of government also had to recall that the construction of an airstrip and a pier in Agaléga was necessary. “This will allow people to get there safely. It will be easier to unload the goods. Passengers can be disembarked at the dock. They will not have to take small canoes,” pointed out the Prime Minister.
Pravind Jugnauth also responded to criticism of a military base there. " Military base? Do you know why they say military base? They say military base because of the military planes that will be able to land there. But Mauritius? Do you know how many military planes we have granted permission to land? There are military planes that land every year. "
As for the agreement with the great peninsula, Pravind Jugnauth reiterates the fact that both parties must give their approval before making this agreement public. “If India agrees, yes, I have no problem,” replied the PM.
The latter also recalled that Mauritius benefited from Rs 400 million to finance several projects across the country. “This money will be used for the entire population,” underlined Pravind Jugnauth.
For his part, Shri Vellamvelly Muraleedharan, the Minister of Foreign Affairs and Parliamentary Affairs of India was also to explain that the two countries are engaged in a new partnership for the financing of certain projects.
Le ministère des Technologies de l’information, de la Communication et de l’Innovation a signé un Mémorandum of Understanding (MoU) dans le domaine des technologies de l’information et de la communication avec le National Informatics Centre et le National Informatics Centre Services Incorporated of India.
1 year, 2 months ago
«Dapré séki nou pé trouvé, pou éna enn prézans militer.» Témoignage d’Arnaud Poulay, d’Agalega. Le bulldozer est en marche depuis 2015, pas que sur l’archipel, mais celui du gouvernement, qui écrase toute quête de vérité. Une base militaire indienne se prépare bien à Agalega, comme le montrent aussi de nouvelles images satellites sur les infrastructures diffusées mi-mai.
1 year, 6 months ago
L’article, publié vendredi, sur le site de ce mensuel indien se base sur des « nouvelles images satellites », datées du 20 avril 2022. Il utilise le terme « base militaire » pour qualifier Agalega.
1 year, 6 months ago