President Dr Mohamed Muizzu, in his inaugural address at the Republic Square, delivered a resolute commitment to ensure the Maldives remains free from any foreign military presence, safeguarding the nation's independence and sovereignty. Emphasizing this as the cornerstone of his administration, the President pledged to prioritize Maldivian interests above all, underscoring the reciprocal nature of respect for independence with neighboring and distant nations.
President Muizzu's vision focuses on upholding the principles and norms that form the foundation of a free society. He highlighted the collective responsibility of Maldivian society to foster goodness and rectify wrongs, emphasizing the importance of preserving the nation's identity and sovereignty.
As part of this commitment, the President announced a national project aimed at rekindling patriotism, preserving the Maldivian national identity, and passing it on to future generations. This initiative seeks to cultivate emotional, spiritual, and meaningful connections, binding the Maldivian people together in a unified sense of nationhood.
President Muizzu's resolute stance on ensuring the Maldives' independence from foreign military presence signals a pivotal direction for the nation, assuring citizens of a steadfast commitment to sovereignty and a secure future.