The Prime Minister hailed India’s special friendship bond with Mauritius and termed it as one which is based on deep-rooted cultural linkages. He said, India never commits into any relationship considering the financial implications or profitability. The Prime Minister was speaking after jointly inaugurating the new Supreme Court building of Mauritius with his Mauritian counterpart Pravind Jugnauth yesterday.
Speaking at the occasion, Prime Minister reiterated India’s commitment to the vision SAGAR which was enunciated by him in 2015. SAGAR, which stands for security and growth for all in the region, is India’s high-level articulation towards its vision of participatory developmental works in the Indian Ocean.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi congratulated the Government and people of Mauritius for effective management of containment of the global pandemic in the island country.
Prime Minister of Mauritius Pravind Jugnauth speaking after the inauguration of the newly constructed Supreme Court building said India has always been helpful in the development goals of Mauritius. Pravind Jugnauth thanked India for the support towards the completion of major developmental projects in the country.
The Supreme Court building has been constructed with Indian grant assistance of 30 US million dollars and has been constructed under the India-assisted infrastructure project in the capital city of Port Louis after the outbreak of Coronavirus.