PM Modi in Russia: 'You have dedicated your whole life to serving the people'- President Putin said to PM Modi


PM Modi's Visit to Russia: Putin had a 'personal meeting' with PM Modi on Monday night at his official residence 'Novo-Ogaryovo'. During this, he praised the Prime Minister a lot. 


India-Russia Relations: Russian President Vladimir Putin praised PM Modi a lot. He said that PM Modi has dedicated his entire life to serving the people. Along with this, on Narendra Modi becoming the Prime Minister for the third time, he said that his victory was not a coincidence but the result of many years of work.

Putin said these things to PM Modi during a 'private meeting' at his official residence 'Novo-Ogaryovo' on Monday night. 

" You are a very energetic person, "

Putin told Modi during an informal meeting at his residence, according to a report by state news agency TASS, "I want to congratulate you on being re-elected as Prime Minister. I think this is not a coincidence, but the result of your many years of work."

The Russian President said, "You have your ideas. You are a very energetic person, who is capable of achieving results in the interest of India and the Indian people."

Putin said that Prime Minister Modi has dedicated his entire life to serving his people and people can feel it.

' You are right '

During an informal meeting between the two heads of state over tea at the official residence outside Moscow, PM Modi recalled the recent elections in his country and said that the people of India have allowed him to serve the motherland.

On this, Putin said, 'You have dedicated your entire life to serving the Indian people and they can feel it.'

According to the TASS report, Prime Minister Modi smiled and said, 'You are right, I have only one goal – my country and its people.'

Prime Minister Narendra Modi, who arrived here on his first visit to Russia after Moscow invaded Ukraine, will hold a summit with Russian President Vladimir Putin on Tuesday. This visit is being seen as a sign of a broader geopolitical context.

Soon after arriving in Moscow, Modi said he looked forward to further deepening bilateral partnership in future areas and that stronger ties between India and Russia would "greatly benefit our people". In his departure statement, the Prime Minister said India wanted to play a "supporting role" for a peaceful and stable region.

(With agency input)

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