Independence Day 2022 World Leaders Including Joe Biden Boris Johnson Emmanuel Macron Wishes


Independence Day Wishes From World Leaders: India is celebrating 75th anniversary of independence. Indian Independence Day is celebrated not only in the country but all over the world. Meanwhile, many global leaders greeted the country on this special occasion, promising cooperation on the 75th anniversary of Indian Independence Day. Congratulating India on Independence Day, French President Emmanuel Macron assured to strengthen bilateral ties with the country. Appreciating India’s astonishing achievement in the last 75 years, Macron said, “Dear friend Narendra Modi, dear people of India, congratulations on your Independence Day. You are proudly celebrating the astonishing achievements of India in the last 75 years. You can always count on France.

He further wrote that India and France have traditionally had close and friendly relations. Defense and security cooperation, space cooperation and civil nuclear cooperation are key pillars of our strategic partnership with France. India and France are increasingly engaged in new areas of cooperation such as security in the Indian Ocean region, climate change including the International Solar Alliance and sustainable growth and development among others.

The President of Russia gave this assurance
Russian President Vladimir Putin congratulated the Indian leadership and people on India’s Independence Day. He wrote, Dear President and Dear Prime Minister, please accept warm greetings on the occasion of 75th anniversary of India’s independence. In the decades of independent development, your country has achieved universally recognized success in economic, social, scientific, technological and other fields. Putin said India enjoys a great reputation on the global stage and plays an important constructive role in resolving pressing issues on the international agenda. Russian-Indian relations are developing in the spirit of a special and privileged strategic partnership. Moscow and New Delhi are cooperating successfully in various fields, interacting effectively within the framework of the United Nations, BRICS, SCO and other multilateral structures.

Joe Biden said a big thing
On the other hand, US President Joe Biden said that he is with the people of India in honor of its democratic journey and that the two countries are indispensable partners. Biden said in the statement, “As people around the world celebrate the 75th anniversary of India’s independence on August 15, including nearly four million proud Indian-Americans, America is building India’s democracy, guided by Mahatma Gandhi’s enduring message of truth and non-violence.” The visit is with his people in honor.” He said India and the United States are indispensable partners and the US-India strategic partnership rests on the rule of law and our shared commitment to promoting human freedom and dignity. He expressed that in the years to come, both the democratic countries will remain united to protect the rules-based order, strengthen greater peace, prosperity and security, ensure a free and open Indo-Pacific region and continue to deal with the challenges facing the world.

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What did the Prime Minister of Britain say
British Prime Minister Boris Johnson on Monday congratulated the people of India on the completion of 75 years of independence and said important things on the strengthening of ties between the two countries. He said that congratulations to the people of India on 75 years of independence. During recent visits to Gujarat and New Delhi, I witnessed the thriving relations between the two countries. I look forward to seeing the relationship between the two countries grow stronger in the next 75 years.

Australian PM sent message
Australian Prime Minister Anthony Albanese on Monday (local time) congratulated India on Independence Day and lauded its achievements. All Australians appreciate the successes of India and the many achievements that define this great country and its people, for our society, our culture, our country and the relationship between our nations. We also thank our Indian-Australian community for their contribution.

Nepal’s PM said friendship will deepen
Nepal’s Prime Minister Sher Bahadur Deuba extended warm greetings to Prime Minister Narendra Modi and the people of India on the occasion of Independence Day. He wrote, my best wishes for the continued progress and prosperity of India. The spirit of cooperation and friendship will deepen in the coming days.

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