"The struggle of Gandhi's non-violence is a universal value. All countries must practice Gandhism (sic), but for us is also the father of the nation", said Ambassador Khatua
During a celebration at the Indian embassy in Buenos Aires a new anniversary of the independence of that country was commemorated. Ambassador hosted Amarendra Khatua, who gave a short speech in front of guests. "I welcome you on behalf of President of India on the 68 anniversary of Independence", Khatua said. About the speech given by the president, the ambassador stressed that Khatua "has three key parts". Thus he explained: "As Indians we must include all people within our society cooperate with everyone, but knowing that Indian interests are above all. And that without national pride we cannot be a great country." In conversation with journalist Stefania Vuono from ABC MUNDIAL, the ambassador recalled the date and Gandhi heroics. "The struggle of Gandhi's non-violence is a universal value. All countries must practice Gandhism (sic), but for us is also the father of the nation" "India is a country with 1,200 million, with 400 million middle class, a unity in diversity. Where freedom implies the inclusion of all people in the world's largest democracy. "Practicing Gandhism (sic) is difficult, needs globalized world are also the problems," he said.
The relationship with Argentina:
"There is a lot of love and friendship with Argentina. Our trade is 2.000 million, we established many institutional mechanisms for cooperation and governors have traveled to India in the regions investment plan."
For projects, said they are planning a business delegation of 200 people to India. Present were officers and employees of the embassy and on behalf of ABC MUNDIAL, Karina Giorgenello, Martin Ernst and Stefania Vuono.