The Indo-Arab League on Wednesday announced provision of space for establishing Palestine's consulate office in the city free of cost.

The league chairman Syed Vicaruddin told media personnel that it has decided to ensure land for the Palestine consulate office in Indo-Arab culture center sans any cost.

“We want to see Palestine's consulate office opened in Hyderabad,'' IndoArab league chairman Syed Vicaruddin said. He added that the central and state government want

to establish an Indo-Arab university in either the country or the state, so that Arabs and Indians can study together. He further said that the proposal was discussed with other foreign ambassadors as well.

Apart from this, the Indo-Arab League is going to organize programmes in the city on October 29, in which, delegates from different Arab countries, including Sudan, Yemen, Iraq, Syria, Lebanon, Judge of Palestine, Egypt and Saudi Arabia are expected to visit.

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