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Home / India News / The world is comfortable with India’s rising stature: PM Modi tells IFS officers

The world is comfortable with India’s rising stature: PM Modi tells IFS officers

PM Narendra Modi stressed on the need for the Foreign Service officers to be well informed, and think in a global perspective.

india Updated: May 02, 2017 18:50 IST
Press Trust of India, New Delhi
Modi said that the world believes India has a bright future.
Modi said that the world believes India has a bright future.(PTI File Photo)

The world is comfortable with India’s rising stature, Prime Minister Narendra Modi said on Tuesday as he met the latest batch of Indian Foreign Service (IFS) officers in New Delhi.

Sharing his thoughts with the group of 41 officer trainees, he stressed on the need for the Foreign Service officers to be well informed, and think in a global perspective, a PMO statement said.

He urged the officer trainees to keep in touch with their batchmates from other services so they could always keep abreast of developments at home.

“The Prime Minister said, that by and large, the world believes that India has a bright future, and is comfortable with India’s rising stature,” according to the PMO statement.