New Delhi: PM Narendra Modi will start off the year 2022 with a trip to the United Arab Emirates and Kuwait, two of India's closest friends. His foreign tour in 2022 is set to begin with these trips, according to the calendar. The Prime Minister of India, Narendra Modi, will visit the Dubai 2020 Expo. The true goal of the visit is to express gratitude to both colleagues for their support of India during the second wave of the corona virus pandemic. During the second wave of covid, the two nations looked after and looked after the vast Indian diaspora. About 4 million Indians live in the UAE, and about one million Indians live in Kuwait, both of whom have helped the Indian economy in times of need.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi is expected to visit these two nations in the first ten days of January 2022, despite the government's silence on the matter. These two overseas visits are being given special attention since they are at the heart of India's Middle East foreign policy. Prime Minister Narendra Modi has been attempting to enhance relations with Abu Dhabi since his initial visit to the UAE in August 2015 at the request of Crown Prince Mohammed bin Zayed Al Nahyan, with External Affairs Minister S Jaishankar also returning from the UAE last Sunday. After the United States and China, the UAE is India's third largest commercial partner, with trade worth more than USD 60 billion. Prime Minister Modi will visit the UAE for the fourth time in January 2022.
According to information gathered thus far, India and the United Arab Emirates have pushed their relations to a new level with tight collaboration in cyber security, counter-radicalization, defence, and intelligence sharing, as well as the elimination of all anti-India criminal and commercial operations. 'Just as Singapore is the heart of diplomatic activities for India in the eastern area, Abu Dhabi is the second hub in the Middle East region to attract investment into India,' according to the brain. India feels that the UAE has not only built global infrastructure in recent years, but has also emerged as a Middle East diplomatic powerhouse.
It is also a significant regional defence force, as evidenced by the UAE's decision to purchase 80 Rafale fighter planes and 13 heavy lift helicopters from France only last week. Let us inform you that, like the UAE, India's relationship with Kuwait is unique since Kuwait sent a big number of oxygen cylinders and other medical supplies during India's second wave of epidemic.