Maldives won’t be used as a plaything for powers in Indian Ocean: Ibrahim Mohamed Solih

After Ibrahim Mohamed Solih defeated pro-China Abdullah Yameen in the presidential elections in the Maldives last September, he chose India for his maiden state visit last month. In his first interview as President, Solih told Dipanjan Roy Chaudhury in an email interaction said that the island nation would not allow any anti-India activities from its soil and exhorted that Male would play the role of a stabiliser in the Indian Ocean Region. Excerpts:

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