PM Modi meets Indologists in Tashkent

Tashkent: “A common language binds strangers who meet in a foreign land,” said Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Tuesday during his official visit to Uzbekistan. He met Indologists, Hindi language students and Indian community in Tashkent.

PM Modi meets Indologists in Tashkent

On his eight-day tour to five central Asian countries and Russia, Modi arrived in Tashkent on Monday. He said that India is looking forward to combating the menace along with Uzbekistan.

Modi added that in matters related to advancing stability, promoting regional integration and economic cooperation, India was looking forward to expanding bilateral ties with Uzbekistan.

While addressing the gathering, Modi said that the he met Prime Minister and President yesterday and music being played in the background was Indian. He added that surprisingly, the President knew about it.

Modi said that he believes that language plays an important role for personality development and a common language binds strangers, who meet in a foreign land.

Vikas Swarup, Ministry of External Affairs official spokesperson, took to twitter to shared the information. He wrote, “A leader among scholars and friends. PM @narendramodi meets with Indologists, students of Hindi and community members.”