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Some 4,000 Mauritian citizens to be repatriated by end July, says Minister Bodha

Some 4,000 Mauritian citizens to be repatriated by end July, says Minister Bodha
Date:June 16, 2020|Domain:Foreign Affairs

​GIS - 16 June, 2020: The Government has already made necessary arrangements to repatriate in an orderly manner some 4,000 Mauritian citizens stranded in different countries abroad owing to the closure of the borders in the wake of the Covid-19 p


Repatriation of stranded Mauritians is still Government’s priority, says Minister Bodha

Date:June 10, 2020|Domain:Foreign Affairs

GIS – 10 June 2020: The repatriation of stranded Mauritians from abroad is a priority of Government and is an ongoing process. Prior to lockdown in Mauritius, 47 Mauritians were repatriated in January and February from China, 935 stranded Mauritians


e-Gov Online Conference: Achieving long-term goals with continuous innovation

e-Gov Online Conference: Achieving long-term goals with continuous innovation
Date:June 02, 2020|Domain:International Relations--Foreign Affairs

GIS – 02 June 2020: Mauritius participated in the 6th e-Governance Online Conference, under the theme Giant Leaps Start with Small Steps, organised by the e-Governance Academy, Estonia.  One of the key learning and sharing objectives of the Conferen


Strategy being developed to repatriate Mauritians stranded abroad, reassures Foreign Affairs Minister

Date:May 25, 2020|Domain:Foreign Affairs

GIS  – 25 May 2020: Government is working on a repatriation strategy to bring back Mauritians stranded abroad while ensuring that all precautionary measures are met so as to prevent any imported cases of Covid-19 in the country.   The Minist


PM Jugnauth congratulated by PM Modi for successfully controlling Covid-19 situation in Mauritius

PM Jugnauth congratulated by PM Modi for successfully controlling Covid-19 situation in Mauritius
Date:May 24, 2020|Domain:Foreign Affairs

GIS - 24 May 2020: The Prime Minister, Mr Pravind Kumar Jugnauth, was congratulated, during a telephone conversation yesterday, by the Prime Minister of India, Mr Narendra Modi, with regard to Government’s effective Covid-19 response which has contr


Mauritius receives second shipment of medicine supplies from India

Mauritius receives second shipment of medicine supplies from India
Date:May 24, 2020|Domain:Foreign Affairs

​GIS  - 24 May 2020: India has shipped a second consignment of essential medicine supplies, including some 10 tonnes of Ayurvedic medicines to Mauritius. The consignment, aboard Indian Navy Ship Kesari whic​h docked in the Port Louis Harbour yesterd


Accreditation of New High Commissioner of Mauritius to India

Accreditation of New High Commissioner of Mauritius to India
Date:May 22, 2020|Domain:Foreign Affairs--International Relations

GIS  – 22 May 2020: Mrs Santi Bai Hanoomanjee presented her Letters of Crede​nce to the President of the Republic of India, Mr. Ramnath Kovind, as the High Commissioner of the Republic of Mauritius to the Republic of India, yesterday, during a v


COVID-19: Citizen-Government collaboration essential in defeating this pandemic

Date:May 14, 2020|Domain:Health--Judiciary--Foreign Affairs

GIS  – 14 May, 2020: The COVID-19 (Miscellaneous Provisions) Bill and the Quarantine Bill will help Government, with the support of every citizen, face the difficult situation arising from the novel coronavirus outbreak and work for a better futu


Seychellois High-Commissioner presents his letter of Credence

Seychellois High-Commissioner presents his letter of Credence
Date:March 16, 2020|Domain:Foreign Affairs--International Relations

GIS– 16 March, 2020: The High-Commissioner Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary of the Republic of Seychelles to the Republic of Mauritius, Mr Dick Esparon, presented, today, his letter of Credence to the President of the Republic of Mauritius, Mr Prit


Mauritius and Ethiopia to strengthen business and tourism ties

Mauritius and Ethiopia to strengthen business and tourism ties
Date:March 10, 2020|Domain:Foreign Affairs--International Relations

GIS - 10 March, 2020: Mauritius and Ethiopia are working towards further strengthening bilateral relations with regard to business, investment and the tourism sector. Political willingness and the sustainable strategy put in place will contribute to