Abu Dhabi: Prime Minister Narendra Modi said in an interview in the United Arab Emirates (UAE) that India has been suffering from cross-border terrorism for four decades. It is the common interest of India and the UAE that the forces which are working against humanity and promoting terrorism will have to abandon their policies. In an interview, PM Modi said that the UAE has understood the steps we have taken against terrorism. We have good cooperation on shared security.
"As far as Section 370 is concerned, our internal steps are democratic and transparent in every way. This section did not develop and the interests of some people would benefit from it. This loneliness led many youths to be swayed and resorted to terrorism and violence. We cannot allow these trends to take root in our society," Modi said. When pm Modi was asked if the US is likely to face an economic slowdown by next year, it could have a very adverse mood. Do you believe that the economic partnership between India and the UAE will overcome this bad phase? What steps do you want to take?
In response, PM Modi said, the foundation of the Indian economy is strong. Over the next 5 years, we have set a target of $5 trillion to become an economy. The UAE is diversifying its economy and is going beyond traditional areas of its power. We have thinking, roadmap, shape, speed and resources to achieve prosperity. This is a win-win situation for both our countries and the world. Our economy, growing synergy and the presence of millions of Indians in the UAE can complement each other.