Israeli Key Minister Benjamin Netanyahu greeted his Indian counterpart, Narendra Modi, on Tuesday, on the event of the 72nd Republic Day, indicating “our friendship grows from calendar year to 12 months”.
“To my terrific friend Primary Minister @NarendraModi – Congratulations to you and the persons of India on your 72nd #RepublicDay. Our friendship grows from 12 months to calendar year,” Netanyahu tweeted, together with a photograph of Modi and himself, and the emoticons of handshake and the Indian, Israeli flags.
&mdash PM of Israel (@IsraeliPM) January 26, 2021
India’s Republic Working day marks the day when the country’s Structure arrived into pressure in 1950.
Russian President Vladimir Putin despatched congratulatory messages to President Ram Nath Kovind and PM Modi on the celebration of Republic Working day. “We really worth the relations of the privileged strategic partnership concerning our states,” he reported.
British isles Primary Minister Boris Johnson, who was invited to be the main visitor at the Republic Working day parade, congratulated India’s attempts to cost-free humanity from the coronavirus pandemic. In a movie concept, he celebrated the start of an “extraordinary constitution” that founded India “as the most significant sovereign democracy in the world”, although reiterating his plan to go to the country shortly.
In a video message on Twitter, Australian PM Scott Morrison remarked, “India and Australia are closer than we have ever been. When we celebrate our country on #AustraliaDay nowadays, I also lengthen my most effective needs to my fantastic friend @narendramodi & all Indians on #RepublicDay.” He ended the tweet with #dosti.
are nearer than we have at any time been. Though we rejoice our nation on #AustraliaDay now, I also extend my most effective wishes to my fantastic close friend @narendramodi & all Indians on #RepublicDay. गणतंत्र दिवस की शुभकामनाएँ| #dosti pic.twitter.com/53trQwNfP5
&mdash Scott Morrison (@ScottMorrisonMP) January 26, 2021
Bhutan PM Lotay Tshering wished for “India’s lasting peace and prosperity”.
&mdash PM Bhutan (@PMBhutan) January 25, 2021
Exalting the “special ties of friendship, cooperation and believe in amongst our two countries”, Bangladesh PM Sheikh Hasina wished for “peace, development and development” for India as she extended greetings to PM Modi.