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Somaliland and Chennai Province of India begin a new relationship

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Chennai, India (ANN)-The Vice President of the Republic of Somaliland Abdirahman Abdillahi Ismail in India said that he has signed a memorandum of understanding (MOU), with a hospital in the capital city of Chennai in the southern state of Tamil Nadu.

Speaking at a press conference announcing the agreement on Saturday, Somaliland Vice President Abdirahman Abdillahi Ismail said it was helping Somalilanders are access health facilities in the Tamil Nadu region.

He signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) with Chennai-based Deepam Hospitals, stating the need to assist citizens of the Republic of Somaliland travelling to the India country for medical treatment.

“It will be managed through the Tamil Nadu Chamber of Commerce,” he said.

“Every year, about 50,000 Somalilanders visit and travel to various countries, including  India,  In the future it will be organized in a commercial office and will be mostly deployed to Tamil Nadu in line with MK Stalin’s vision of making Tamil Nadu a tourist destination, “added the Somaliland vice president.

Speaking about the impossibility of Somaliland not having an embassy in India as well as citizens traveling to Tamii Nadu, he said discussions would be held on opening a Somaliland embassy in the Indian capital New Delhi. .

There is a huge potential for trade between Somaliland and India, which is estimated at $ 600 million a year, in the areas of textiles, medicine, agriculture and other industries, he said.

Therefore, Somaliland has appointed Abdul Ghani as Special Adviser on (Economic and Trade) issues, as well as Dr Annamalai Pandian, Chairman and Managing Director of Deepam Hospitals, Special Adviser (Health Care), effective December 4.

The first step in the relationship between the two countries began with Deepam Hospital, which is launching an investment in basic health and nutrition in the Republic of Somaliland with the help of international organizations, said Dr Annamalai Pandian. “The investment is estimated at USD 100 million,” he added

Tamil Nadu, located in South India, is famous for its Dravidian Hindu temples. Madurai, Meenakshi Amman Temple has high gopuram towers adorned with colorful paintings. On Pamban Island, the Ramanathaswamy Temple is a Hindu pilgrimage site.

The city of Kanyakumari, on the southern tip of India, is the site of traditional sunrises.

The capital Chennai is famous for its beaches and historical landmarks including the 1644 colonial St. St. George.

Overall, Tamil Nadu is one of the safest places in India, but like other tourist destinations there are few problems, so it is advisable for tourists, or other activities to be careful and stick to their pockets of thieves, when they board buses and trains

If you travel by train, think twice before eating or drinking anything offered by the passengers.

Also, this state, is ranked 11th in all the Indian states in the human development index.

Tamil Nadu, on the other hand, is the most populous state in India and is one of the most industrialized states; The manufacturing sector accounts for more than a third of the state’s production, according to reports from Chennai.

Tamil Nadu is the second richest state in India in terms of GDP and is the most industrialized state in India. More than 60% of the state is urbanized, accounting for 10.6% of the country’s urban population, while only about 6% of India’s population.

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