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Reform, Perform and Transform is India’s developmental mantra: Vice President

Newdelhi:12/9/17:The Vice President of India, Shri M. Venkaiah Naidu has said that India’s developmental mantra is ‘Reform, Perform, Transform’. He was interacting with the President of the Republic of Belarus, Mr. Alexander Lukashenko, here today.

The Vice President said that the bilateral visits of both countries received a boost with the first ever State Visit by the then President, Shri Pranab Mukherjee to Belarus on June 2015 and the momentum that it generated has been retained through a series of high level interactions. He further said that India value and appreciates the support Belarus has extended to India’s candidature for permanent seat at the UN Security Council and our nomination for election to ICJ Judge Shri Dalveer Bhandari. Our bilateral trade is modest and there exist considerable potential in the both the countries to further boost and diversity our trade basket, he added.

The Vice President said that India is having world-class medical facilities and it is in the good interest for both the countries to promote Medical Tourism.

The Vice President wished the visiting dignitary for a pleasant stay in India and wished all the best for the official engagements to come up with the Prime Minister and the President later in the day.

The President of Belarus invited the Vice President, Shri Venkaiah Naidu to visit their country and offered to send a formal inv

 

 

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