People’s enthusiasm and excellent work in making India a developed nation is our biggest strength: Modi

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New Delhi/Moscow. Prime Minister Narendra Modi has said that the excellent work of Indians in various fields and their enthusiasm to make India a developed nation is the biggest strength of the country. In a written message on the seventh foundation day of the ‘Incubation Innovation Fund’ of Jain International Trade Organization (JITO), Modi said that the kind of optimism and trust being seen in India all over the world shows the strength of the country.

Modi said, “India is a country with immense potential. The participation of our countrymen doing excellent work in various fields and their enthusiasm for the development of the country is our biggest strength.” The Prime Minister has set a target of making India a developed nation by 2047, focusing on the use of technology. He said that reducing dependence on foreign products and promoting local products is one of his notable achievements.

Modi said, “Today’s optimism and unwavering faith in our capabilities extends to all sectors, including space science, defence and trade. Organisations like JITO have played a key role in these achievements over the last decade, and contributed to the vision of Aatmanirbhar Bharat.” JITO Incubation and Innovation Fund (JIIF) held its annual ‘Innovation Conclave’ on July 6 and 7. Its theme was ‘Impactful Ideas: Fostering Innovation and Entrepreneurship’. JIIF, a subsidiary of JITO, has invested over Rs 200 crore in 80 companies and trained over 25 Jain entrepreneurs.

On the visit to Austria, discussions will be held on strengthening relations, finding new avenues of cooperation: Modi

Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Sunday said that it is indeed an honour to visit this Central European country on the occasion of completion of 75 years of diplomatic relations between India and Austria. He expressed hope that during his visit there will be discussions on strengthening relations between the two countries and finding new avenues of cooperation.

Prime Minister Modi said this while responding to the social media post of Austrian Chancellor Karl Nehammer, in which it was said that he is very much looking forward to welcoming the Prime Minister of India, the world’s largest democratic country, Narendra Modi in Vienna next week.

In a post on ‘X’, Nehamar had said, “This visit is a special honour as it is the first visit of an Indian Prime Minister to my country in more than 40 years. It is also important because we are celebrating 75 years of diplomatic relations with India.” He said, “We will have the opportunity to further strengthen our bilateral relations and talk about excellent cooperation on many geopolitical challenges.” Responding to Nehamar’s remarks, Prime Minister Modi thanked him.

Russia looking forward to Modi’s “very important visit” to Moscow: Kremlin

Russia is looking forward to the “very important visit” of Prime Minister Narendra Modi to Moscow and considers this visit to be of great importance for the relations between Russia and India. Dmitry Peskov, spokesman of the Kremlin, the official residence and office of the Russian President, said this on Saturday. At the invitation of Russian President Vladimir Putin, Prime Minister Modi will attend the 22nd India-Russia Annual Summit and will be in Moscow on July 8 and 9.

The Ministry of External Affairs had given information about this high-level visit in New Delhi on Thursday and said that the two leaders will comprehensively review the multifaceted relations between the two countries and discuss contemporary regional and global issues of mutual interest. Peskov said in an interview with Russia’s state television ‘VGTRK’ that in Moscow, the two leaders will also hold informal talks apart from other programs.

He said, “Obviously, even if it is not called a very busy one, the agenda will be extensive. This will be an official visit and we hope that both the leaders will be able to talk informally as well.” Peskov said that the relations between Russia and India are at the level of strategic partnership. The state news agency ‘TASS’ quoted Peskov as saying, “We are expecting a very important visit which is very important for Russia-India relations.”

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