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PM Narendra Modi wishes Vladimir Putin for winning Russian presidential election, says he is looking forward to strengthen India-Russia strategic partnership
Narendra Modi
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PM Narendra Modi wishes Vladimir Putin for winning Russian presidential election, says he is looking forward to strengthen India-Russia strategic partnership

| @indiablooms | 19 Mar 2024, 05:02 pm

Indian PM Narendra Modi has wished Vladimir Putin for winning Russian Presidential polls and said he is looking forward to strengthening strategic partnership ties between India and Russia.

Modi posted on X: "Warm congratulations to H.E. Mr. Vladimir Putin on his re-election as the President of the Russian Federation. Look forward to working together to further strengthen the time-tested Special & Privileged Strategic Partnership between India and Russia in the years to come."

Vladimir Putin returned to power in Russia for another term as the latest trends of the presidential poll showed he is leading with 87.33 percent of votes.

The figure was revealed by the Russian Central Election Commission after processing 99.01 percent of ballots.

Nikolay Kharitonov, the chairman of the lower house Far East and Arctic development committee, has received 4.31 percent of votes, Leonid Slutsky, the chairman of the lower house international affairs committee – 3.19 percent, lower house Deputy Chairman Vladislav Davankov – 3.79 percent, the data showed as reported by Sputnik news agency.

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