Indian Ambassador to UAE Sunjay Sudhir and CEO of Emirates Post, postal operator for the UAE, launched a hard copy of the India-UAE Joint Commemorative Stamp, in celebration of 50 years of diplomatic relations between both countries. Indian Embassy in UAE tweeted “Amb @sunjaysudhir and @EmiratesPostUAECEO launched the physical copy of the India-UAE Joint Commemorative Stamp, celebrating 75 Years of India’s independence, UAE Year of the 50th and 50 Years of India-UAE diplomatic relations.”
In February, Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Crown Prince of Abu Dhabi Sheikh Mohammed bin Zayed Al Nahyan released the Joint Commemorative Stamp, commemorating the 75th anniversary of India’s independence and observing the 50th year of UAE’s foundation. Both countries issued a joint vision, “Advancing the India and UAE Comprehensive Strategic Partnership: New Frontiers, New Milestone”, after a joint summit between the two leaders.
The Statement set- up a strategic plan for a future-oriented partnership between India and UAE and pinpoints the main areas and consequences. The mutual aim is to promote new trade and boost investment and innovation in various sectors, such as economy, energy, climate changes, innovative technologies, skills and education, food security, healthcare, and defense and security.
India and the United Arab Emirates (UAE) have shared diplomatic relations since 1972. The strong bilateral ties between both countries have been further strengthened with frequent diplomatic visits and agreements.