Greeting India on its 77th Independence Day, Russian President Vladimir Putin said that India has achieved universally acknowledged success in economic, scientific and technical, social and other fields.
In a message of greetings to President Droupadi Murmu and Prime Minister Narendra Modi, President Putin said he is confident that the two nations will continue to boost fruitful bilateral cooperation in all areas through joint efforts, as well as constructive partnership in resolving pressing issues on the regional and global agenda.
The Russian leader was joined by other eminent world leaders, including French President Emmanuel Macron, Nepal Prime Minister Pushpa Kamal Dahal ‘Prachanda,’ and Bhutanese PM Lotay Tsherin for their greetings, who underlined their special, privileged and strategic partnership with New Delhi as they wished India.
In his message posted on X, French President Emmanuel Macron said that India can count on France as a trusted friend and partner, always. Maldives President Ibrahim Mohamed Solih in his message wished India lasting freedom and prosperity.
In his greetings, Australian Prime Minister Anthony Albanese underlined the strength of Australia-Indian communities. He said, whether as students, entrepreneurs, professionals, or building families and communities, “Australia is grateful for all the experiences and ideas you have shared. We are a richer country because you have made Australia your home.”