The Russian president considered that the mission “is a great step in space exploration” and that it is a “testimony of the impressive progress” in terms of science and technology in the Asian country.
Russian President Vladimir Putin sent a congratulatory message to his Indian counterpart Draupadi Murm as well as Prime Minister Narendra Modi on the successful landing of their Chandrayaan-3 space probe on the south pole of the Moon. It took place this Wednesday.
“This is a great step forward in space exploration and certainly a testament to India’s impressive progress in science and technology,” Putin said, reiterating that his congratulations were also conveyed to both the leadership and staff of the Research Organization. India Space Agency (ISRO).
The Russian state corporation Roscosmos congratulated its Indian colleagues for the feat, noting that the study of the Earth’s natural satellite “is important for all humanity”, since in “the future it can become a platform for deep space exploration. “.
For her part, the spokeswoman for the Russian Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Maria Zajarova, shared a publication in which Minister Sergei Lavrov can be seen congratulating his Indian counterpart, Subrahmanyam Jaishankar, for the Chandrayaan-3 moon landing.