PM Modi honored with Russia’s highest civilian award

Good news has come from Russia for Prime Minister Narendra Modi who is facing the opposition attacks during the Lok Sabha elections. Narendra Modi has received another honor of the world. Russia has decided to give its highest civilian honor – St. Andrews award to PM Modi. Russia’s President Vladimir Putin has also approved this. Recently, the UAE had also declared him for an award.

The Russian Embassy has said in a statement: “On April 12 Prime Minister Narendra Modi has been declared the order of St. Andrew, Russia.” This honor will be given to Prime Minister Narendra Modi to strengthen the relationship between India and Russia.

Prime Minister Modi thanked Russia for giving highest civilian honor. He said thank you to the people of Russia and President Putin.

Prime Minister Modi said, “Thank you for this dignified award. I express gratitude to President Putin of Russia and the people of Russia. The foundation of Russia and India’s friendship is very deep. The future of our partnership is very bright. Cooperation between the two nations will bring extraordinary outcomes for our citizens.”


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