The agreement between India and Mauritius concerning the development of infrastructure in Agaléga will not be made public, reiterates Pravind Jugnauth. He always invokes a confidentiality clause. These remarks were made during the question session reserved for the Prime Minister at the National Assembly on Tuesday.

The Prime Minister also stressed that the Indian government never gave its consent, either directly or indirectly, officially or unofficially, to make the agreement public, contrary to what the opposition claimed.

The inauguration of a new airstrip and a new quay in Agaléga was necessary to facilitate access to the island.

“This agreement with India aims solely to promote, protect and safeguard our maritime needs,” specifies the head of government.

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