Today, all world leaders should be like this… What did the Nobel Laureate of Quantum Physics see in PM Modi!

Ananya Shroff
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New Delhi: After Russia, now these days PM Modi is on a tour of Austria. During his visit to Austria, PM Modi attended different programs and met people. Today PM Modi also met Professor Birgit Kellner, Dr. Martin Gensel, Dr. Karin Preisendanz and Dr. Borine Larios in Vienna. Whose picture he has shared on X. Sharing the picture of this meeting, PM Modi wrote- I had the opportunity to meet Professor Birgit Kellner, Dr. Martin Gensel, Dr. Karin Preisendanz and Dr. Borine Larios. All of them are respected academics and researchers who have made great efforts to study aspects of Indian history and culture. It was wonderful to hear their extensive insights. I appreciate their role in popularizing Indian culture all over the world.

Nobel Laureate meets PM Modi

Along with this, Nobel Prize-winning Austrian physicist Anton Zelinger met PM Modi today. PM Modi has also shared a picture of this meeting on Instagram. After meeting PM Modi, physicist Anton Zelinger said that we also discussed the possibilities and spirituality of quantum information and quantum technologies.

'Prime Minister Modi is a very spiritual person'

I experienced that PM Modi is a very spiritual person and I think this is the quality that many world leaders should have today. Earlier, PM Modi and Austrian Chancellor Karl Nehammer had met. On the occasion of this meeting, PM Modi said in the India-Austria joint statement that this is not the time for war. He said that Chancellor Nehammer and I have discussed in detail all the disputes going on in the world, whether it is the conflict in Ukraine or the situation in West Asia. PM Modi said that I have said earlier also that this is not the time for war. Both our countries strongly condemn terrorism. We agree that terrorism is not acceptable in any form. It cannot be justified in any way.

He said that the battlefield cannot be a solution to problems. Loss of innocent lives, wherever it may be, is not acceptable. He said that India and Austria emphasize on dialogue and diplomacy for the early restoration of peace and stability. For this, both of us are ready to provide all possible cooperation. After this, PM Modi tweeted that he had a wonderful meeting with Chancellor Karl Nehammer. This visit to Austria is very special because after many decades an Indian Prime Minister is visiting this wonderful country. This is also the time when we are completing 75 years of India-Austria friendship.

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