India: Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi greeted and thanked Bhutan counterpart Lotay Tshering for his warm wishes and message to India on its Republic Day. In a revert message, Modi wrote, “India is always known for its unique partnership with its neighbour.”
India Prime Minister Modi wrote, “Thank You, PM Bhutan Dr Lotay Tshering, for your kind wishes! India is dedicated to its unique partnership with Bhutan for the progress and prosperity of our nations,” PM Modi said in a tweet.
In the greetings, Bhutan also mentioned the importance of Republic Day for India by saying, “It is a truly special day for our friends residing in India.”
“Today marks an extraordinary occasion for our friends in India as they celebrate the adoption of the constitution that established the world’s biggest democratic country. The day remembers the dedication of our friends and their predecessors who marched together towards independence and a liberated India,” Bhutan’s Prime Minister Posted on his official Twitter account.
India celebrated their 74th Republic Day, and they also invited Egypt’s President Abdel Fattah El-Sisi as a chief guest in Republic Day Parade in the national capital.
Egypt President Abdel Fattah El-Sisi came to India with its delegates and attended an At-home reception hosted by Indian President Draupadi Murmu.
Many other leaders extended greetings on India’s Republic Day.
President of France Emmanuel Macron greeted India on their Republic Day, saying,” he is looking forward to setting new initiatives for G20 and Indo-French “strategic partnership”.
Interestingly, Macron greeted India in the Hindi language instead of English.
Moreover, Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, Nepal Prime Minister Pushpa Kamal Dahal, Russian President Vladimir Putin, Australian PM Anthony Albanese and, Foreign Affairs Minister Penny Wong, United Kingdom Foreign Secretary James Cleverly also expressed wishes for the Republic Day.
Israeli PM Benjamin Netanyahu gave his wishes to Indian PM Modi and all Indians on Republic Day. PM Netanyahu said, “the relationship between the two countries would develop stronger.”