Tuesday, April, 23,2024

PM Modi receives Bhutan's highest honour

Source: Prime Minister Narendra Modi arrived in Bhutan on a two-day State visit to further cement India's unique relations with the Himalayan nation as part of the country's 'Neighbourhood First' Policy. PM Modi was accorded a red-carpet welcome upon his arrival at the Paro airport. He was warmly received by Tshering Tobgay, Prime Minister of Bhutan, at Paro airport and accorded a ceremonial welcome. PM Modi was conferred the Order of the Druk Gyalpo, Bhutan's highest honor, making him the first foreign government leader to receive this honour from the Himalayan nation. The King of Bhutan bestowed the honor upon PM Modi.

PM Modi after he was conferred with the 'Order of the Druk Gyalpo'.

PM Modi after he was conferred with the 'Order of the Druk Gyalpo'.

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PM Modi and Bhutan King share lighter moment.

PM Modi and Bhutan King share lighter moment.

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PM Modi with Bhutan King.

PM Modi with Bhutan King.

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PM Modi with Bhutan King.

PM Modi with Bhutan King.

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PM Modi with Bhutan PM.

PM Modi with Bhutan PM.

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PM Modi addresses gathering.

PM Modi addresses gathering.

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Modi at Chipdrel procession.

Modi at Chipdrel procession.

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Girl greets as she welcomes Modi.

Girl greets as she welcomes Modi.

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Modi receives a warm welcome.

Modi receives a warm welcome.

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PM Modi pampers a child.

PM Modi pampers a child.

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