Minister of State for External Affairs V Muraleedharan spoke with members of the Indian community here and visited the Gambia National Assembly on Wednesday. Muraleedharan said the National Assembly is an “impressive building, built with our development partnership”.
He said the building has a dome and skylight structure allowing natural light and energy conservation. “Our development partnership speaks! Visit of the Gambia National Assembly with President Ms. Mariam Jack Denton and FM Dr. Mamadou Tangara. An impressive building, built with our development partnership, has a dome and skylight structure allowing natural light and energy conservation, “the minister said in a tweet.
Expressing his joy after interacting with members of the Indian community here, Muraleedharan said that the vibrant Indian community has not only contributed to the economic activity of The Gambia, but has also maintained close cultural ties with India. The minister also visited the construction site of the University of The Gambia in the company of the country’s Minister of Higher Education, Badara Joof.
“The pleasure of visiting the construction site of the University of The Gambia with the Minister of Higher Education SE Badara Joof. The Gambian government project is being built by an Indian company. Once operational, it will be an iconic facility,” a tweeted Muraleedharan. (ANI)
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