New Delhi (NVI): As the country celebrates 72nd Republic Day today, leaders from around the world extended their wishes to India on this auspicious occasion.
They shared praising messages on social media platforms, extending greetings and wishes to India.
In his message, Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison wished India on Twitter by sharing a video.
“Australia and India are closer than we have ever been. While we celebrate our nation on Australia Day today, I also extend my best wishes to my good friend Narendra Modi & all Indians on RepublicDay,” he tweeted.
🇦🇺🇮🇳 are closer than we have ever been. While we celebrate our nation on #AustraliaDay today, I also extend my best wishes to my good friend @narendramodi & all Indians on #RepublicDay. गणतंत्र दिवस की शुभकामनाएँ| #dosti pic.twitter.com/53trQwNfP5
— Scott Morrison (@ScottMorrisonMP) January 26, 2021
Israel Prime Minister Bejamin Netanyahu also extended greetings in a message to India.
“To my great friend Prime Minister Narendra Modi – Congratulations to you and the people of India on your 72nd #RepublicDay . Our friendship grows from year to year,” PM of Israel Office tweeted.
— PM of Israel (@IsraeliPM) January 26, 2021
Bhutan Prime Minister Lotay Tshering have also extended his greetings in a message to India.
Taking to twitter, Tshering wrote, “As friends in India celebrate the Republic Day, I convey prayers of the people of Bhutan for India’s lasting peace and prosperity.”
— PM Bhutan (@PMBhutan) January 25, 2021
President of Republic of Maldives Ibrahim Mohamed Solih also tweeted, “A happy 72nd Republic Day of India to President Kovind, PM Narendra Modi and the people of India, as they celebrate the enactment of a remarkable constitution, which continues to guide the destinies of the diverse multitudes comprising the world’s largest democracy.”
A happy 72nd Republic Day of India to Pres. Kovind @rashtrapatibhvn PM @narendramodi and the people of India, as they celebrate the enactment of a remarkable constitution, which continues to guide the destinies of the diverse multitudes comprising the world's largest democracy.
— Ibrahim Mohamed Solih (@ibusolih) January 26, 2021