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I like India a lot: Moldovian Parliamentarian  Marcela Nistor
Photo Courtesy: Marcela Nistor Instagram page

I like India a lot: Moldovian Parliamentarian  Marcela Nistor

| @indiablooms | 22 May 2024, 05:41 pm

Young Moldovian Parliamentarian Marcela Nistor has described India as a nation which inspires her and there is a lot to learn from the country.

"I like India a lot. It is a country that inspires me very much," Nistor told WION.

She said India fascinates her by the way the nation blends its wide array of cultural and religious differences.

"In India, I felt that the purpose of the country is shared with many, many people. We have a lot to learn from India because you have so many cultural, and religious differences but you are all united in one big idea of India becoming a huge economic power," she told the news channel.

"India is the main character that could tell us about humanity. India can be an example, to speak, to think for us as one family, the family of planet Earth," she said.

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