The Prime Minister honoured with 'Order of St. Andrew the Apostle'
Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi has received another international award. Russia has declared the highest civilian award of 'Order of St. Andrew the Apostle' to Modi. Russia Embassy announces that the award is being given to Modi to strengthen strategic ties between Russia and India. Prime Minister Modi expressed his happiness over the promotion of the famous award. Modi thanked Russian President Putin and the people of that country. The friendship between India and Russia is deeply inevitable.
Mr Modi praised the President's efforts to strengthen India-Russia relations. Putin's leadership, with a bilateral contribution to the front, will reach new heights.
On April 4, announced the UAE Zayed Medal to Prime Minister. The UAE is the civilian award given to the presidents and the kings. This award was announced for the Prime Minister's efforts to strengthen relations between the two countries.
South Korea honoured Prime Minister Modi with 'Seoul Peace Prize' in February. The award committee said that Modi was selected for the award by influencing the "economic growth" of the country as a medium.
Honoured to receive this prestigious award. I thank President Putin and the people of Russia.— Chowkidar Narendra Modi (@narendramodi) April 12, 2019
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