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Indian wedding at the Russian Embassy in New Delhi

Sunday, 25 November 2012 18:24

On November 23, the Russian Embassy merrily celebrated another nuptial. 24 year old attaché Andrey Evseev, a graduate of the Moscow State University of International Relations affiliated with Russia’s MFA, and 22 year old Olga Chebotareva, a graduate of the Moscow State Institute of Electronics and Mathematics, tied the knot.

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The solemn marriage registration ceremony at the Embassy’s White Reception Hall was preceded by an auto voyage of the courting couple across the sights of the Indian capital. The beautiful bride looked stunning in a snow white low-cut dress, while the groom sported an elegant dark grey formal suit.

While warmly congratulating the newlyweds with the unforgettable event, Russian Ambassador Alexander Kadakin noted that it was the fourth wedding during his second ambassadorial tenure in India since 2009.

“Weddings in India are becoming not only a good omen, but also an attractive tradition,” he said. “It holds a particular meaning for the Embassy as founding a family means that both our life and work get further advance and full substance.” The Ambassador wished the newlywed couple profound love, harmony, wellbeing and happiness.

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