Palestine-Israel situation | PM Modi speaks to UK PM, UAE President

New Delhi, Nov 3: Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Prime Minister of the United Kingdom Rishi Sunak Friday exchanged views on the Palestine-Israel situation and bilateral relations between India and the UK.

“Earlier this evening, spoke to UK PM @RishiSunak. Discussed means to strengthen bilateral relations and exchanged views on the situation in West Asia. We agree that there is no place for terror and violence. The death of civilians is a serious concern. Need to work towards regional peace, security, stability and continued humanitarian assistance,” PM Modi posted on X.

Earlier, Prime Minister Modi had a telephone conversation with UAE President Sheikh Mohamed bin Zayed Al Nahyan during which the two leaders exchanged views on the developments in the West Asian region.

Both leaders expressed deep concerns over the deteriorating security situation and the loss of civilian lives.

The two leaders called for an early resolution of the security and humanitarian situation.

They emphasised the importance of durable peace, security and stability in the region, official sources said.

They also reiterated their commitment to continue to strengthen bilateral cooperation in diverse areas within the framework of the India-UAE Comprehensive Strategic Partnership.


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