'Maldives Prez wanted to send special envoy to India but visit dates did not suit Indian side'
NEW DELHI: Maldives' beleaguered President Abdulla Yameen wanted to send his foreign minister as special envoy but the Indian side did not find the dates "suitable", the Maldivian ambassador said, even as officials here maintained that no "real action" was taken by that country on India's concerns over democracy there.
Yameen has already dispatched special envoys to China, Pakistan and Saudi Arabia to brief them about the deepening political crisis+ in the country.
Ketkee-Mumbai-23 hours ago
India does not want itself to be endorsing the dictator rule thereby declined the visit by Maldives.....
tim coorgi-23 hours ago
India should kick out the rogue Dictator!!
Nikhil H-Traveler-23 hours ago
R u seriously saying Pakistan is in the list? dumb nation and their dumb president
George-Jerusalem-23 hours ago
india is really not interested.that is the fact. india doesn't have time to waste for this shiithole country.
Bandame Lyngdoh-23 hours ago
it clearly indicates india has lose its influence in Maldives...sadly and dangerously this strategic country will allow military base from china one day....
Sarada P-Mumbai-22 hours ago
Maldives will be in trouble for ignoring India. let us wait and watch.
Prashant-Mumbai-22 hours ago
Modi has screwed our foreign policy. We have almost lost all the neighbours to China.
Rakesh Pandeya-Mumbai-22 hours ago
No need to waste time on these shytty islands. When they sink, the people can move to Pakistan.
Sanjeev Panandikar-Location-23 hours ago
Why should we buy others troubles? Let them go to devils, if they wish it that way.
Srinivasan Sampathkumar-Mysuru-23 hours ago
Even if an envoy of Maldives wanted to visit India, we would have declined because we support & believe in Democracy. But the Maldives government sending an envoy to Pakistan on the current crisis is a big joke of the day.