Port-Louis, Mauritius - The Malaysian Prime Minister, Dato’ Sri Mohd Najib Tun Abdul Razak, will be the Chief Guest of honour on the occasion of the Mauritian 46th National Day Celebrations on Wednesday, PANA reported Saturday from here.
In a communiqué issued here, the Mauritian government said the Malaysian Prime Minister will lead a delegation of 75 people that will include the Malaysian International Trade and Industry Minister and 30 businessmen.
During his visit, scheduled for 11-13 March, Tun Abdul Razak will call on the President of Mauritius, Rajkeswur Purryag.
He will also have a working session with the Mauritian Prime Minister, the Prime Minister Navin Ramgoolam, and attend a Civic Reception at the Islamic Cultural Centre in Port-Louis.
The National Day celebrations will take place at the Anjalay stadium, Belle-Vue, northern Mauritius, on Wednesday, 12 March.
A day earlier, a thousand young people will rally into the capital, carrying the Mauritian national flag.