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New Delhi: Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Tuesday held a telephone conversation with the Emir of Qatar, Sheikh Tamim bin Hamad al-Thani, President of Egypt, Abdel Fattah al-Sisi to congratulate the people of both countries on Eid-ul-Fitr.
PM Modi also spoke to Austrian President Alexander van der Bellen to discuss the Kovid-19 situation.
According to an official statement, during a phone conversation with Amir of Qatar, PM Modi appreciated the personal care taken by Amir to ensure the welfare of Indian citizens in Qatar during the Kovid-19 epidemic.
“Qatar Amir also appreciated the contribution of the Indian community in the country, particularly the role played by Indian health workers to fight the coronavirus virus. Prime Minister Modi paid attention to avoid any disruption in supply by Indian authorities Noted when given. Essential goods from India to Qatar during the current situation, “the statement added.
PM Modi also warmly congratulated Qatar Amir for his upcoming 40th birthday and wished him all the best for his continued good health and success.
During his phone call with the President of Egypt, PM Modi expressed appreciation for the extended support by Egyptian authorities for the safety and welfare of Indian citizens in Egypt during the Kovid-19 crisis.
“Accepting the congratulations, the President of Egypt described Egypt and India as one of the oldest civilizations in the world and expressed happiness about the rapidly growing bilateral relationship,” the statement said.
The PM also spoke to the Austrian President, who mourned the damage caused to India by Cyclone Amfan.
The official statement said, “The leaders exchanged views on measures taken in their countries to manage the adverse health and economic impacts of the Kovid-19 epidemic. They agreed on the importance of international cooperation to meet the current challenges Happened, “the official statement said.
Both PM Modi and Alexander Van der Belen reiterated their shared desire to further strengthen and diversify Indo-Austrian relations in the post-Kovind world.
Prime Minister Modi highlighted opportunities to increase cooperation in areas such as infrastructure, technology, research and innovation, SMEs, etc.
The leaders shared the hope that the world would soon overcome the current health crisis, to focus on long-term concerns such as environmental health.

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