Things to know about the Guest of Honour for Republic Day 2017

Here are some facts about His Highness and how his visit this Republic Day will affect our economic and political course of action:

Mohamed bin Zayed Al Nahyan, Narendra Modi

1) The Crown Prince is a supporter of Modernization

Sheikh Mohamed Bin Zayed Al Nahyan, also the Deputy Supreme Commander of the UAE Armed Forces, is one of the most neoteric rulers of the Gulf. He has made humongous efforts to upgrade the education structure of UAE.

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2) His Highness is a Dynamic Philanthropist

His commitment to stop human trafficking is best reflected by the magnanimous donations made by him to UN.GIFT.

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3) His visit marks an attempt to fight terrorism

India is making all possible efforts to make the most of this opportunity and strengthen its battle against terrorism.The Crown Prince himself condemned efforts made by some anti-social elements that aim to create a reign of terror in the name of religion.

Mohamed bin Zayed Al Nahyan, Narendra Modi

4) Symbol of Bilateral Trade

After China and US, UAE is the biggest trading partner of India. With bilateral trade going up to $60 billion, the 2.6 million Indians residing in UAE bring about $14 Billion annual remittances.

5) It’s a step to boost Infrastructural Development in India

With an endeavor to speed up the technological and infrastructural growth of India, UAE has offered $75 Billion over the years. The Emirates acknowledge and appreciate India for its unprecedented growth even when the entire globe is facing an economic slowdown.

Our very own NaMo will be receiving the Crown Prince personally. Prior to this, the only two guests personally attended in a similar fashion were the King of Saudi Arabia and the President of the States.

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