Prime Minister Modi will meet President Abbas on February 10 in Ramallah.
India has always been a leading country in the traditionally pro-Palestinian nonaligned movement, but has developed warm relations with Israel in recent years.
Tomorrow, Modi will leave for Palestine where he is scheduled to hold discussions with President Mahmoud Abbas and reaffirm India's support for the Palestinian people and the development of Palestine. India had voted in the UN General Assembly in December previous year against US President Donald Trump's unilateral recognition of Jerusalem as Israel's capital. "The Indian diaspora is a bridge of friendship between India and the Gulf countries".
Kumar said that Oman is a country of strategic importance for India and all three defence forces of the two counties have held joint exercises.
"Prime Minister Modi needs to made it clear that India gives out a strong political message that Jerusalem is under military control and is a disputed territory".
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The fourth aspect, according to Bhaskar, is India's continuous support to the Palestinian cause at various global fora.
This apart, the visit is also aimed at deepening the huge bilateral agenda, including cooperation in the areas of health, IT, tourism, youth affairs, sports and agriculture.
The presidency announced that president Abbas and his guest, the Indian prime minister, will hold a session of important talks, which will address the latest developments in the political process in the region because of India's worldwide stature, it said. PM Modi's Palestine visit comes just weeks after he hosted Israeli PM Benjamin Netanyahu in Delhi and his home state, Gujarat.
"And in 2016 we laid the foundation stone to establish the Palestine India Techno Park project in Ramallah, and we are also looking forward the establishment of the Institute of Diplomacy that is kindly funded by the Indian Government", he noted.