- Sri Lanka, India and Maldives take part in trilateral maritime exercise
- Shelters to be built in Hulhule’ ferry service area
- SAARC Secretary General Saleem calls on the President
- It is not permissible for Muslims to enter temples, churches and synagogues- Fiqh Academy
- Wide variety of programs for the youth to be commenced- Maleeh
- Budget problems will be solved when the authorities are made accountable for state expenses- Amir
- Ali Hameed underscores importance of increasing the state reserve
- Japan grants aid of 200 million Yen to Maldives
- Germany grants 3 million Euro project to support for climate neutrality strategy of the Maldives
- President Yameen and First Lady accept invitation for an official visit to Japan
- Postage Stamp Museum inaugurated
- We will seek out drug dealers from which ever country they hide- Home Minister
- Govt wants to reduce taxi fares- Minister
Govt welcomes the decision of MDP to halt demonstrations to facilitate meaningful talks
The Government of Maldives has welcomed the decision of the opposition Maldivian Democratic Party (MDP)’s decision to halt their ongoing demonstrations to facilitate meaningful political dialogue to end the political crisis the country.
The government stated this in statement issued by the President’s Office yesterday. Referring to the decision, the government welcomed the decision of the MDP, and expressed hopes that this will be an end to the continuous harassment and threats to the law enforcement officers and their families.
In the statement of the President’s Office it was noted that the “All Party Talks” were suspended because of MDP’s failure to recognize the first issue mentioned in the agenda of the talks, which is to create a peaceful environment.
“However, now with the announcement of the MDP the government believes that the All-Party-Talks can be resumed. The government will decide on a date to reinitiate the dialogue after discussions with the coordinator of the talks,” the statement said.
Furthermore, the government in this regard urged all sides to not indulge in any activity that obstructs the works to create a peaceful environment in the Maldives.