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Apr 26, 2018
8:52AM

Spiritual connection through Buddhism strengthens Indo-Mongolia relationship: Sushma

External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj has said that the spiritual connection through Buddhism provides strength to the relationship between India and Mongolia.

In her keynote speech at the 100th birth anniversary of the Venerable 19th Kushok Bakula Rinpoche in Ulaanbaatar yesterday, Mrs Swaraj said, in its engagement with Mongolia,

India is revitalising Buddhism as a strong symbol of civilisational connection transcending into modern times. She said Buddhism has been a great connector of civilisations since millenia.

The Minister said India sees Mongolia as a factor of stability in East Asia and believes that Mongolia's social and economic development is important for peace and prosperity in the region.

She also said India encourage students from Mongolia to visit the country for further study and research in the field of Buddhist studies.

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