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Prime Minister Narendra Modi to visit Russia, Austria on July 8 for official visit
Narendra Modi
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Prime Minister Narendra Modi to visit Russia, Austria on July 8 for official visit

| @indiablooms | 05 Jul 2024, 05:54 pm

Prime Minister Narendra Modi will leave for Russia and Austria for an official visit on July 8, officials said.

"Prime Minister will be in Moscow on 08-09 July 2024 at the invitation of the President of the Russian Federation, Vladimir Putin to hold the 22nd India-Russia Annual Summit," the Ministry of External Affairs said in a statement.

The leaders will review the entire range of multifaceted relations between the two countries and exchange views on contemporary regional and global issues of mutual interest.

"Prime Minister will, thereafter, travel to Austria during 09-10 July 2024. This will be the first visit by an Indian Prime Minister to Austria in 41 years," the statement said.

"He will call on President of the Republic of Austria, H.E. Mr. Alexander Van der Bellen and hold talks with Chancellor of Austria H.E. Mr. Karl Nehammer. Prime Minister and Chancellor will also address business leaders from India and Austri," the statement said further.

Prime Minister will interact with members of the Indian community in Moscow as well as in Vienna.

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