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Prime Minister Modi awarded Egypt’s highest honor “Order of the Nile”



Cairo. Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Sunday received the country’s highest honor “the Order of the Nile” from Egyptian President Abdel Fattah al-Sisi. Started in 1915, this honor is given to heads of state, princes and vice-presidents who have rendered invaluable service to Egypt or humanity. It is the 13th highest state honor awarded to Prime Minister Modi.

The “Order of the Nile” is made of pure gold, consisting of three square gold units, which contain the emblems of the pharaohs who ruled Egypt. The first unit represents the idea of ​​protecting the nation from evils, while the second unit symbolizes prosperity and happiness brought by the Nile and the third unit refers to wealth and tolerance. These three units are connected to each other by circular gold flowers, in which turquoise and ruby ​​gems are studded.

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PM Modi has this honor
Over the past nine years, Prime Minister Modi has been awarded the highest civilian honor ‘Companion of the Order of Logohu’ of Papua New Guinea, ‘Companion of the Order’ of Fiji, ‘Abakal’ award from the Republic of Palau, ‘The Order of Druk Gyalp’ has been awarded.

Apart from that, Prime Minister Modi was awarded the “Legion of Merit” from the US government, “Order of King Hammad of Renaissance” from Bahrain, “Order of the Distinguished Ruler of Nishan Izzuddin” from Maldives, Russia’s highest civilian honor ‘Order of St. Andrew’ was awarded.

Prime Minister Modi received the UAE’s highest civilian honor “Order of Zayed Award”, Palestine “The Grand Collar of the State of Palestine Award”, Afghanistan’s highest civilian honor “The State Order of Ghazi Amir Amanullah Khan” and non-Muslim Saudi Arabia’s highest honor awarded to dignitaries was also awarded to the “Order of Abdul Aziz Al Saud”.

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