Concluding his visit to neighboring India, Vice President Faisal Naseem has returned to Maldives on Saturday.
During his visit from 4 – 7 December, VP Naseem visited Kerala and Karnataka where he met several senior officials from significant institutions in order to bolster the people-to-people contact between Maldives and India.
VP Naseem had met with the Maldivian community residing in Bangalore and Trivandrum where they briefed him on their living situations as well as wellbeing. Having listened to their concerns, the Vice President assured significant progress in the healthcare and education system across Maldives, in line with the government’s pledges. Further, he assured that the government will treat all citizens as equals, no matter where they choose to reside.
Further, he met with top officials from NIMS Medicity, where a lot of Maldivians seek medical treatment and services.
Visiting the Maldives Consulate in Trivandrum, VP Naseem extended gratitude for the “exemplary” services provided to Maldivians by their staff and also the Blossoms Convalescent Center for providing efficient rehabilitation treatment for Maldivians being treated there and assisting the government maintain a drug-free Maldives.
VP Naseem also met with Dr. Rajiv Singhal, the Group CEO of CARE Hospitals and Rajeev Bal, the General Manager of International Marketing of Quality Care India where they discussed avenues of further cooperation to improve healthcare services across Maldives.
The officials expressed interest to assist the government to fulfil its vision to enhance healthcare across the country.
The trip was joined by Minister of Gender, Family and Social Services, Shidhatha Shareef and Minister of Health, Abdulla Ameen.