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Look Forward To Working Together: PM Modi Congratulates Newly Elected Portuguese Counterpart


New Delhi: Prime Minister Narendra Modi conveyed his wishes to the newly elected Portuguese counterpart, Luis Montenegro, on Wednesday, expressing eagerness to collaborate in enhancing bilateral relations between India and Portugal.

Taking to X (formerly known as Twitter) PM Modi wrote, “Warm Congratulations to Mr. Luís Montenegro on being sworn in as the Prime Minister of the Portuguese Republic. Look forward to working together to further strengthen our long-standing bilateral ties.”

Portugal’s new centre-right minority government led by Montenegro came to power amid uncertainty around its long-term viability as it faces a highly fragmented parliament, Al Jazeera reported earlier.

The Democratic Alliance (AD) coalition won the March 10 election by a slim margin over the outgoing Socialist Party (PS). The government has promised tax reductions for families and companies and higher pensions.

Portugal, a country of 10.3 million people, is receiving more than 22 billion euros ($23.6bn) through 2026 from the EU to fuel growth and enable economic reforms.

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