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VP tours Thiladhummathi atoll

Vice President Dr Mohamed Waheed participated in Eid celebrations in South Thiladhummathi atoll Kulhudhufushi on Saturday as part of his tour of the atoll.

In the morning, Waheed visited houses on the island and exchanged Eid greetings with residents before visiting the regional hospital where he spoke to health officials about swine flu and their preparedness to address the issue.

The vice president also visited Nolhivaramfaru and observed the house building activities on the island and Nolhivaram where he laid a foundation stone of Huvaas Club, a community development organisation on the island.

Waheed arrived in the atoll on Friday and visited Hanimaadhoo. After Friday prayers, he met with locals and exchanged Eid greetings.

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