People from Malawi prefer India for treatment: Naidu
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Vice President M. Venkaiah Naidu on Monday said that India has become the preferred country for the treatment of diseases in Malawi. He said that due to the state-of-the-art and affordable treatment and treatment facilities, this has been possible. Addressing the India-Malawi Trade Summit held in the Capital of Malawi on the last day of his visit to three African countries, the Vice President said these things. 
He said, patients are coming to India due to the presence and treatment of specialist doctors being relatively economical. Naidu said, "I am happy to inform that in the last few years, India has become the preferred destination for people of Malawi due to state-of-the-art facilities, affordable treatment and post-treatment facilities. Vice President said he was hopeful of meeting Malawi's President. He said that during the meeting, the key areas of cooperation between the two countries will be discussed. He said, there is a very cordial and friendly relationship between India and Malawi. Both countries hold similar views on many regional, international and multilateral issues. Before the establishment of diplomatic relations officially there is a business relationship between the two countries. 
Naidu calls Malawi a country full of great potential. He said that India and Malawi have already signed MoUs in the areas of common cooperation, agriculture and allied sectors, mineral resources development, rural development and health and medical and small scale enterprises. He said that Indians account for about a quarter of the total FDI in Malawi.


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