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PM Modi Sets Sights On Deepening India-Austria Relations

Prime Minister Narendra Modi expressed gratitude to Chancellor Karl Nehammer, emphasizing the honor of visiting Austria for this significant event. Modi eagerly anticipated discussions aimed at enhancing bilateral ties and exploring new avenues of cooperation between their nations. He underscored that shared principles such as democracy, freedom, and the rule of law would serve as […]

Prime Minister Narendra Modi expressed gratitude to Chancellor Karl Nehammer, emphasizing the honor of visiting Austria for this significant event. Modi eagerly anticipated discussions aimed at enhancing bilateral ties and exploring new avenues of cooperation between their nations. He underscored that shared principles such as democracy, freedom, and the rule of law would serve as the foundation for strengthening their partnership further.

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Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s upcoming visits to Russia and Austria, starting July 8, are deemed crucial by Moscow and Vienna for bolstering bilateral relations with India.

On July 8 and 9, Modi will visit Moscow at the invitation of Russian President Vladimir Putin for the 22nd India-Russia Annual Summit. He will then travel to Austria on July 9 and 10, marking the first visit by an Indian Prime Minister in 41 years.

Austrian Chancellor Karl Nehammer described Modi’s forthcoming maiden visit as a significant milestone, highlighting its importance in addressing shared geopolitical challenges and commemorating 75 years of diplomatic ties between the two nations.

“I eagerly anticipate welcoming Prime Minister @narendramodi of India, the world’s largest democracy, to Vienna next week. This visit is a special honor, marking the first by an Indian Prime Minister in over four decades and celebrating our 75 years of diplomatic relations,” Nehammer tweeted.

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