PM Modi’s visit to Uzbekistan: Day 1

Published By : Admin | July 6, 2015 | 21:33 IST
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Prime Minister Modi begins his visit to five Central Asian countries & Russia
PM lands to a warm welcome in Tashkent
Shri Modi meets Uzbek PM Mirziyoyev & President Karimov
PM gifts President Karimov specially commissioned reproduction of Khamsa-i-Khusrau by the great 13th century Sufi poet Amir Khusrau
PM Modi conveys India’s keen interest to sustain regular high level dialogue with Uzbekistan

On July 06th, Prime Minister Narendra Modi embarked on his visit to five Central Asian countries and Russia –the first stopover being Uzbekistan. PM Shri Narendra Modi landed to a warm welcome in Uzbekistan’s capital city Tashkent. He was received by Prime Minister Mr. Shavkat Miromonovich Mirziyoyev, the Foreign Minister of Uzbekistan and the Mayor of Tashkent.

 

 

Hello Uzbekistan! I thank PM Shavkat Miromonovich Mirziyoyev for the warm welcome in Tashkent. Wonderful being here.

Posted by Narendra Modi on Monday, July 6, 2015

Soon after landing, PM Narendra Modi held a meeting with the Prime Minister of Uzbekistan. Both the leaders discussed various aspects of cooperation between India and Uzbekistan.

 

 

My first meeting in Uzbekistan was with PM Shavkat Miromonovich Mirziyoyev. We had a fruitful interaction.

Posted by Narendra Modi on Monday, July 6, 2015

An official Welcome Ceremony was accorded to Prime Minister Modi.

Shri Modi also met President of Uzbekistan, Mr. Islam Karimov. Wide-ranging discussions were held between PM Modi and President of Uzbekistan. Shri Modi termed it to be ‘very productive.’

 

My discussions with President Karimov were very productive, aimed towards further deepening India-Uzbekistan ties.

Posted by Narendra Modi on Monday, July 6, 2015

Shri Narendra Modi presented President Karimov a specially commissioned reproduction of Khamsa-i-Khusrau, by Amir Khusrau. The work, written in Persian, is profusely decorated and illuminated with colours including gold and ultramarine.

 

Delighted to gift President Islam Karimov a specially commissioned reproduction of Khamsa-i-Khusrau, by Amir Khusrau....

Posted by Narendra Modi on Monday, July 6, 2015

Both of them jointly addressed to the media. Key agreements to further enhance India-Uzbekistan partnership were also inked in their presence. Shri Modi conveyed India’s keen interest to sustain regular high level dialogue between the two sides during the Joint Press Briefing. The Prime Minister also complemented Uzbekistan for having nurtured Hindi language and Indian culture.

 

Future is very bright for India-Uzbekistan ties…sharing my remarks at the joint press meet with President Karimov. http://nm4.in/1CkUcb5

Posted by Narendra Modi on Monday, July 6, 2015

A banquet was also organised in honour of Prime Minister Narendra Modi.

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Prime Minister Shri Narendra Modi will address the National Cadet Corps PM Rally at Cariappa Ground in Delhi on 28th January, 2022 at around 12 Noon.

The Rally is the culmination of NCC Republic Day Camp and is held on 28 January every year. At the event, Prime Minister will inspect the Guard of Honour, review March Past by NCC contingents and also witness the NCC cadets displaying their skills in army action, slithering, microlight flying, parasailing as well as cultural programmes. The best cadets will receive medal and baton from the Prime Minister.