This time, it is Subrahmanyam Jaishankar who is expected in Mauritius by the end of June. Although the exact date is not yet known, his stopover in Mauritius will however take place after his visit to Sri Lanka, which is scheduled for around June 20, 2024. The Indian No. 1 in Indian diplomacy had already come to Mauritius for a official visit of several days in February 2021. On June 10, he met in an official meeting with Pravind Jugnauth who was in India for the swearing-in ceremony of Narendra Modi for a third term as Prime Minister.

Last September, Subrahmanyam Jaishankar had already met the head of the Mauritian government, still in India, and Prithviraj Roopun, President of the Republic, separately and on different dates and places. He also met Maneesh Gobin, Attorney General, at the beginning of the year. On May 20, he had a working session with the permanent representative of Mauritius to the United Nations, Jagdish Koonjul.

In recent years, Mauritius and India have signed numerous agreements to improve trade and cooperation, including the Comprehensive Economic Cooperation and Partnership Agreement in 2021. Additionally, the Great Peninsula has extended a credit line of defense of 100 million dollars in Mauritius and financed, in the form of donations and loans, the Metro Express project, the new Supreme Court building as well as infrastructure works for the mini-port and the airport. 'Agalega.

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