India, Palestine sign six MoUs on education, health during Narendra Modi's visit to Ramallah
In keeping with India's role as a major development aid partner for Palestine, the two sides signed six MoUs, including in the areas of health and education
Ramallah: In keeping with India's role as a major development aid partner for Palestine, the two sides on Saturday signed six memorandums of understanding (MoUs), including in the areas of health and education, following a bilateral meeting between Indian prime minister Narendra Modi and Palestine president Mahmoud Abbas in Ramallah.
An MoU was signed for setting up of an India-Palestine super-specialty hospital at Beit Sahour in Bethelhem governorate at a cost of $30 million.
A second MoU was signed for construction of the India-Palestine centre for empowering women called "Turathi" at a cost of $5 million.
Another MoU was signed for setting up of a new National Printing Press at Ramallah at a cost of $5 million.
Two MoUs worth $1.1 million and $1 million envisage construction of two schools at Tamoon village in Tubas governorate and Muthalth Al Shuhada village respectively.
A sixth MoU was signed for the construction of an additional floor at Jawahar Lal Nehru School for Boys at Abu Dees.
Prime Minister Modi arrived earlier in the day on a three-hour visit, the first ever by an Indian prime minister to Palestine.
Palestine is the first leg of Modi's three-nation tour of West Asia and the Gulf that will also see him going to the United Arab Emirates (UAE) and Oman.
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