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PM Narendra Modi Engages with Indian Community in Moscow

Moscow: Prime Minister Shri Narendra Modi engaged with the vibrant Indian community in Moscow today, marking a significant interaction during his historic third term in office. The event, filled with warmth and affection from the Indian diaspora, underscored the deep bond between India and Russia, both historically and in contemporary times.

Addressing the enthusiastic gathering, Prime Minister Modi expressed gratitude for the warm welcome and praised the Indian diaspora for their pivotal role in enhancing bilateral relations between India and Russia. “Your contribution is invaluable in strengthening our ties with Russia,” he remarked, extending greetings on behalf of 1.4 billion Indians.

Highlighting India’s remarkable progress over the past decade, Prime Minister Modi spoke with pride about the visible transformations across various sectors. He articulated his government’s ambitious goal for India to become the world’s third-largest economy during his current term, underscoring India’s economic resilience, digital and fintech advancements, green initiatives, and impactful socio-economic programs aimed at empowering all segments of society.

“The success of India’s transformative journey is a testament to the dedication and commitment of every Indian,” Prime Minister Modi emphasized, noting how each citizen contributes to the nation’s aspirations of becoming a developed country. He reiterated India’s commitment to global prosperity, citing its contributions to tackling climate change and advancing sustainable development goals.

Describing India as a “Vishwabandhu,” or friend to the world, Prime Minister Modi emphasized India’s advocacy for peace, dialogue, and diplomacy in addressing global challenges. He called upon the Indian community to play an active role in deepening the India-Russia partnership, announcing plans to establish new Indian Consulates in Kazan and Ekaterinburg to bolster people-to-people ties.

The announcement of the new consulates was met with resounding applause from the audience, underscoring the community’s enthusiasm and support for enhancing bilateral relations. Prime Minister Modi commended the Indian community’s efforts in preserving and promoting Indian cultural heritage in Russia, noting how their initiatives contribute to cultural exchange and mutual understanding between the two nations.

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