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PM Modi liked Vande Mataram of children of Greece, both countries are united against Turkey-Pakistan

Highlights

  • Prime Minister Narendra Modi has praised the ‘Vande Mataram’ sung by Turkish children.
  • PM Modi said that the song sung by the children of Turkey is commendable.
  • He said that such efforts bring people of two countries closer.

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Prime Minister Narendra Modi in his ‘Mann Ki Baat’ program praised the ‘Vande Mataram’ sung by Turkish children. PM Modi said that the song sung by the children of Turkey is commendable. Such efforts, he said, bring people of two countries closer. This statement of PM Modi has come at a time when India and Greece are united against the nefarious conspiracy of Turkey-Pakistan.

PM Modi said in Mann Ki Baat program, ‘The spirit that is contained in Vande Mataram fills us with pride and enthusiasm. Friends, you must be thinking that where is this beautiful video, from which country it has come? The answer will add to your surprise. These students presenting Vande Mataram are from Greece. There he attends Ilya’s High School. The beauty and emotion with which she has sung ‘Vande Mataram’ is amazing and commendable.

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The Prime Minister said, ‘Such efforts bring people of two countries closer. I congratulate these Greek students and their teachers. I appreciate his effort during the Amrit Mahotsav of Independence. Let us tell you that the whole world is troubled by the strengthening of relations between Pakistan and Turkey in the name of Islam. Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan is trying to become the new caliph of Islamic countries by joining Pakistan’s Prime Minister Imran Khan.

This is the reason why Turkey has given open support to Pakistan regarding Kashmir. Not only this, Pakistan has also announced Turkey’s support in the Mediterranean Sea dispute as a return gift. These two countries are trying to disturb the peace of not only Asia, but also of Europe. Against this alliance of Pakistan and Turkey, India has also started preparations to strengthen defense ties with Greece. Just a few months ago, Dr. Constantino P Balomenos, General Director of the Directorate General of Civil Defense and International Relations, Greece, had a meeting with India’s Defense Attache Col Anupam Ashish at the Ministry of National Defense in Athens. During this, an agreement has also been made to strengthen defense ties between India and Greece.

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