Ahead of Mr. Modi's historic visit, President Abbas says he will discuss with him India's role in the Middle East peace process and the creation of a multilateral forum of negotiations to strike a final deal with Isarel. Instead, expect Mr Modi to present India as a neutral actor in the conflict ready to replace the USA in peace talks. On his visit to Israel in July, the premier gave Netanyahu his signature bear hug, and the two strolled barefoot along a beach. Briefing about party's parliamentary meet, according to a leading daily, BJP minister Ananth Kumar said that their party president Amit Shah said Rahul Gandhi's style of politics is undemocratic and therefore he tries to make such kind of disruptions during Prime Minister Narendra Modi's speech. Thus, since 2014 India has helped build institutions such as a Techno Park in Ramallah, a Centre of Excellence in ICT in the Gaza Strip, a Digital Learning and Innovation Centre at Al Quds University.
At a joint press statement with Modi, President Abbas acknowledged that the Indian leadership has always stood by peace in Palestine. He will address World Government Summit in Dubai, where India is the Guest of Honor country. "We are looking at an across the board approach towards procurement, and where possible if it can be manufactured in India". I thank you on behalf of all Indians for this, said PM Modi.
This will be Modi's fourth meeting with Abbas.
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India and Israel have drawn closer in recent years, however, partly because of common concerns about Islamic terrorism. Meanwhile 12 agreements will be signed between the two countries.
Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi leaving Jordan and going to Ramallah in a chopper provided by Jordan government and escorted by choppers from Israel Air Force. "Prime Minister Narendra Modi s second visit to UAE is an indication of the special importance we attach to the India- UAE relationship", India's Ambassador to the UAE Navdeep Singh Suri said.
Modi flew in a Jordanian army helicopter straight from Amman to Ramallah, where he was received by his Palestinian counterpart Rami Hamdallah.