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New chapter in India- Mauritius relations: PM Modi inaugurates Supreme Court building

Today’s inauguration has once again demonstrated India’s role as a reliable partner of Mauritius in the Indian Ocean region and New Delhi’s commitment to further deepen the future-oriented partnership between the two countries.

In line with India’s vision of ‘SAGAR – Security and Growth for All in the Region’, Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Prime Minister of Mauritius Pravind Jugnauth jointly inaugurated the new Supreme Court building in that country. The building is first India assisted infrastructure project located in Port Louis, completed on schedule and much below the cost estimated. It had received grant assistance of $ 28.12 million from India.

Today’s inauguration has once again demonstrated India’s role as a reliable partner of Mauritius in the Indian Ocean region and New Delhi’s commitment to further deepen the future-oriented partnership between the two countries.
While noting the importance of human-centric approach as the main philosophy of India’s development cooperation, Prime Minister Modi praised the role of people-oriented infrastructure projects which would help in further cementing the ties between the two countries.

The new Supreme Court Building is of modern design and has state of the art facilities, and most importantly is a symbol of cooperation and shared values between the two countries.

According to Prime Minister Modi, the development cooperation between the two is the heart of New Delhi’s approach to development partnerships and free of any conditions or commercial considerations.

India’s development cooperation is marked by the core values of ‘Respect’, ‘Diversity’, ‘Care for the Future’, and ‘Sustainable Development’.

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