New Maldives regime will tread cautiously in foreign affairs

New Maldives regime will tread cautiously in foreign affairs

The newly elected Ibrahim Mohamed Solih government in the Maldives is likely to tread cautiously in foreign affairs particularly vis-à-vis India and China, given the ground realities in terms of the developmental needs of an emerging nation wanting to diversify its economic profile, and the compulsions arising from its strategic location in the Indian Ocean.

Chinese envoy dismisses claims of USD 3bn debt on Maldives

Chinese envoy dismisses claims of USD 3bn debt on Maldives

Maldives, Nov 23 - China's Ambassador to Maldives, Zhang Lizhong has dismissed claims that the Maldives owed the Chinese government a debt of US 3 billion dollars stating the figures were 'deeply exaggerated', local media reported Friday. In an interview with the local 'Avas' media, Lizhong said many including the former Maldives President, Mohamed Nasheed had been 'misinformed' and according...

Maldives to apply for Commonwealth membership immediately

Maldives to apply for Commonwealth membership immediately

Maldives left the Commonwealth in 2016 citing unfair and unjust treatment weeks after the Commonwealth Ministerial Action Group (CMAG) – the enforcement mechanism of the Commonwealth – threatened to suspend Maldives from the council if effective steps were not taken to resolve the ongoing political crisis in the archipelago.

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