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MEA thanks Middle East nations for greeting Narendra Modi on winning polls
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MEA thanks Middle East nations for greeting Narendra Modi on winning polls

| @indiablooms | 10 Jun 2024, 02:48 pm

The Ministry of External Affairs has thanked leaders of Middle Eastern countries for greeting Prime Minister Narendra Modi on winning the Indian general polls.

MEA spokesperson Randhir Jaiswal said greeted the Foreign Ministry of Saudi Arabia for the wishes by the Crown Prince of Saudi Arabia, Mohammed bin Salman Al Saud.

"Thank @KSAmofaEN for the warm greetings extended by HRH Prince Mohammed bin Salman, Crown Prince & PM of the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia to PM @narendramodi. PM conveys his gratitude and warmth to HRH Crown Prince," Jaiswal posted on X. "Building upon the strong partnership & great momentum in India-Saudi ties in recent years, India looks forward to achieving unprecedented heights in our bilateral relations in the years to come," he said.

Thanking Bahrain for similar greetings, Jaiswal wrote on X: " Thank @BahrainCPnews for the warm greetings extended by HRH Prince Salman bin Hamad Al Khalifa, the Crown Prince and Prime Minister of the Kingdom of Bahrain to PM @narendramodi on his election victory. PM conveys his gratitude to HRH Crown Prince & Prime Minister."

Jaiswal said India looking forward to work with Qatar in his X post thanking the country for wishing Indian PM Narendra Modi who returned to power for third straight term, a rare event in Indian politics.

"Thank @AmiriDiwan for the greetings extended by Amir, HH@TamimBinHamad & Deputy Amir, HH Mohammed bin Abdulrahman bin Jassim Al Thani to PM @narendramodi on his election victory. PM conveys his gratitude to HH Amir and HH Deputy Amir," he posted on X.  

"India eagerly looks forward to working together with Qatar to further deepen and strengthen bilateral ties in existing and newer areas of cooperation," Jaiswal said.

Jaiswal responded to the congratulatory message by foreign minister of Oman and wrote on X: "Thank @FMofOman for the wishes extended by His Majesty Sultan Haitham bin Tarik to PM @narendramodi on his election victory. PM conveys his gratitude to His Majesty."

"India looks forward to working together with the government of Oman to further strengthen and deepen our age-old civilizational bonds," he said.

Modi was sworn in as Prime Minister of the world's largest democratic country on Sunday.

Narendra Modi on Monday assumed office for the third straight term when he signed his first file which was related to the welfare of farmers.

"After being sworn in as Prime Minister for the 3rd time, PM Narendra Modi signs his first file authorising release of 17th instalment of PM Kisan Nidhi," read a statement issued by the Indian government.

The file is expected to benefit 9.3 crore farmers and distribute around Rs 20,000 crores.

After signing the file, PM Modi said, “Ours is a Government fully committed to Kisan Kalyan. It is therefore fitting that the first file signed on taking charge is related to farmer welfare. We want to keep working even more for the farmers and the agriculture sector in the times to come.”

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