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Oct 20, 2018

Vice President calls upon Indian community in Brussels to protect & preserve culture, customs of their country of origin

Vice President M. Venkaiah Naidu today called upon Indian community in Brussels to protect and preserve the culture, heritage and customs of their country of origin while following the rules & regulations of Belgian government. 

He emphasized on continuing good work and initiatives undertaken by the Indian community in different fields, including trade, while adapting to contemporary challenges and competition in the global market.

Addressing the Indian Diaspora at the Jain Cultural Centre (JCC), adjacent to Jain Temple built in Antwerp, Brussels today, Mr. Naidu talked about the Government of India’s welfare and development programmes, initiatives and achievements in various sectors, including education, healthcare and IT. Mr. Naidu also paid floral tribute at Mahatma Gandhi’s Sculpture at Provincial Council in Governorate of Antwerp. 

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