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Greetings pour in from world leaders on the Indian Independence Day


World leaders have wished India on the occasion of 76th Independence Day. Russian President Vladimir Putin congratulated President Draupadi Murmu and Prime Minister Narendra Modi. According to the Kremlin website, in his message, Mr. Putin said, in the decades since India became independent, it has achieved widely acknowledged progress in a variety of areas, including the economy, social sphere, science, and technology.

US President Joe Biden also congratulated India on this occasion. According to a statement of the White House, the President said, as people around the world, including nearly four million proud Indian-Americans, celebrate the 75th anniversary of India’s independence, the United States joins the people of India to honor its democratic journey, guided by Mahatma Gandhi’s enduring message of truth and non-violence.

UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson extended wishes to the people of India on the occasion and highlighted the thriving Living Bridge between the two countries. He said that he is looking forward to seeing these bonds go from strength to strength in the next 75 years.

Japanese Ambassador to India, Satoshi Suzuki wished India in a video message on Twitter and expressed his sincere congratulations to the people of India.

French President Emanuel Macron greeted Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Twitter. He said as India proudly celebrates its stunning achievements in the past 75 years, India can count on France to always stand by its side.

Singapore also extended its wishes and said, Wishing India a wonderful 76th Independence Day. Glad India continues to forge ahead and realise its immense potential and Singapore continues to be part of its growth story.

Nepal’s Minister for Foreign Affairs Dr. Narayan Khadka greeted External Affairs Minister Dr. S Jaishankar on the occasion of the 76th Independence Day of India. (AIR NEWS)

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