My friend, I know tomorrow is your birthday… Putin mentioned Modi’s birthday but didn’t know why

Samarkand : Today is the last day of the 22nd summit of the Shanghai Cooperation Organization held in Uzbekistan. Prime Minister Narendra Modi, who arrived in Samarkand to attend the conference, met Russian President Vladimir Putin on Friday. During the bilateral meeting, the two leaders discussed a number of global issues, including the Ukraine war. According to the news, Putin also invited PM Modi to visit Russia during this period. There was a moment during the conversation when both the leaders had a smile on their faces. Putin mentioned the birthday of PM Modi, who came a day later, but instead of congratulating him, only formally wished him.

Actually, September 17 is the birthday of Prime Minister Narendra Modi. But a day before he is attending the SCO summit in Samarkand instead of India. Putin told PM Modi as a friend that his birthday is coming a day later and we know this. But the Russian president did not wish his friend a happy birthday. You will know the reason after watching the full video.

What Putin said on PM Modi’s birthday
Putin told PM Modi, ‘My friend, tomorrow you are going to celebrate your birthday. According to Russian traditions we never greet in advance so I can’t do it at the moment. But I want to tell you that we are aware of this. We would like to wish you and the friendly country India the very best of luck. We wish India prosperity under your leadership. Putin told PM Modi that I am aware of your position and concerns on Ukraine conflict.

‘We want Ukraine war to end soon’
The Russian President said that we want all this to end as soon as possible. We will keep you informed about what is happening there. In the meeting with Putin, PM Modi said that I am grateful to you and Ukraine because thousands of our students trapped in crisis were able to get out only with the help of both of you. He said that today there are many big problems facing the world, especially the developing countries, which include food security, fuel security, fertilizers and we have to find ways to deal with them.

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