PM Modi went Austria for the first time, wrote this message, Austria Chancellor invited the Prime Minister in a special way

Chancellor Karl Nehammer said that this visit is a special honor as it is the first visit of an Indian Prime Minister in 40 years. This is an important milestone as we are celebrating 75 years of diplomatic relations with India. We will have the opportunity to deepen bilateral relations and talk about close cooperation on many geopolitical challenges.

Jul 7, 2024 - 13:28
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PM Modi went Austria for the first time, wrote this message, Austria Chancellor invited the Prime Minister in a special way

Prime Minister Narendra Modi is visiting Austria. Ahead of the official visit, the PM said he was looking forward to discussing new avenues of cooperation with them. He further added that its shared values ​​of democracy, freedom, and the rule of law are the fundamentals on whose base both countries would build an even closer partnership.


The visit of PM Modi showed interest in the post by Austrian Chancellor Karl Nehammer on X. Nehammer said, "I am very much looking forward to the visit of India's Prime Minister Narendra Modi, the world's largest democracy, next week in Vienna." Chancellor Karl Nehammer said this visit is unique in honor as it would be the first visit of an Indian Prime Minister in the last 40 years. This is an important milestone as we celebrate 75 years of our relations with India.

He said, "We will have an opportunity to deepen our bilateral relations further and discuss close cooperation on many geopolitical challenges."

PM Modi replied to Chancellor Nehammer, saying, "Thank you, Chancellor Karl Nehammer. I am much obliged to come to Austria on this historic occasion. I look forward to our discussions aimed at strengthening ties between the two countries and exploring new avenues of cooperation."

It is these shared values of democracy, freedom, and respect for the rule of law that will be the bedrock on which we build an even closer partnership, Prime Minister Modi said. Modi will visit Austria on his first visit on 9-10 July after visiting Moscow on 8-9 July at the invitation of President Vladimir Putin for the 22nd India-Russia Annual Summit.

Muskan Kumawat Journalist & Writer