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No Indian military personnel will stay in Maldives: Prez

No Indian military personnel will stay in Maldives: Prez

Maldives President Mohamed Muizzu has escalated his anti-India stance by declaring that no Indian military personnel, including those in civilian attire, will be allowed in the country after May 10, as reported by media sources. This announcement follows closely after an Indian civilian team arrived in the Maldives to assume control of one of the three aviation platforms, well ahead of the March 10 deadline for the withdrawal of Indian military personnel, as agreed upon by both nations.

President Muizzu made these remarks while addressing the Baa atoll Eydhafushi residential community during his tour of the atoll. He attributed his government's success in expelling Indian troops from the country to the people's efforts and dismissed rumors suggesting otherwise as misinformation aimed at distorting the situation. The statement signifies a continuation of tensions between the Maldives and India, reflecting the complexities in their bilateral relationship.

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No Indian military personnel will stay in Maldives: Prez

No Indian military personnel will stay in Maldives: Prez

Maldives President Mohamed Muizzu has escalated his anti-India stance by declaring that no Indian military personnel, including those in civilian attire, will be allowed in the country after May 10, as reported by media sources. This announcement follows closely after an Indian civilian team arrived in the Maldives to assume control of one of the three aviation platforms, well ahead of the March 10 deadline for the withdrawal of Indian military personnel, as agreed upon by both nations.

President Muizzu made these remarks while addressing the Baa atoll Eydhafushi residential community during his tour of the atoll. He attributed his government's success in expelling Indian troops from the country to the people's efforts and dismissed rumors suggesting otherwise as misinformation aimed at distorting the situation. The statement signifies a continuation of tensions between the Maldives and India, reflecting the complexities in their bilateral relationship.

 
 
 
 

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