The president highlighted key achievements of his administration.
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Agreements were signed with Parley for the Oceans and Blue Prosperity Coalition.
Solih became the first Maldivian leader to address the UNGA in seven years.
Translated excerpts from the president's press briefing.
Changes to the tax administration law were also ratified.
Solih publicly rebuked Nasheed for the first time.
President Solih highlighted the lack of effective institutions for cooperation.
The pledge was made at a ceremony held to mark the 10th anniversary of NGO Tiny Hearts.
President Solih also pledged to reserve a third of council seats for women.
Solih acknowledged poor health services on all inhabited islands.
In a fiery speech, Speaker Nasheed underscored the plight of resort workers.
Former president Nasheed favours MP Aslam.
President Solih marched with the parents of Yameen Rasheed and Ahmed Rilwan.
The picnic island will be developed on the reclaimed Emboodhoo lagoon.
Solih assailed the "corruption and tyranny" of his predecessor.
Solih expressed regret for the decision to commute Ibrahim Rasheed's sentence.