On the occasion of India's 72nd Independence Day celebrations, a host of foreign leaders from across the globe including the United States and Israel extended Independence Day greetings to India on Twitter.
On the occasion of India's 72nd Independence Day celebrations, a host of foreign leaders from across the globe, including the United States and Israel extended their wishes to India on Twitter.
Let's look at the greetings India received from world leaders:"I wish all my Indian friends - in Bhutan, in India and beyond - a very happy Independence Day," the Prime Minister of Bhutan, Tshering Tobgay, tweeted.
I wish all my Indian friends - in Bhutan, in India and beyond - a very happy Independence Day.
— Tshering Tobgay (@tsheringtobgay) August 15, 2018
"I wish for the friendship between India and Israel to always grow and influence the lives of all citizens in both countries," Maya Kados, Israeli Diplomat Charge d’Affairs at Israeli Embassy in India, tweeted.
The Embassy posted a video on the social media platform wishing Indians around the world a very happy Independence day.
#Israel wishes #India and to all Indians around the world a very Happy #IndependenceDayIndia
August 15, 2018
To those celebrating today - #IndependenceDayIndia -enjoy a joyous and peaceful day
— Lord Nick Bourne (@lordnickbourne) August 15, 2018
The President of Maldives Mohamed Nasheed also wished the citizens of India and the Prime Minister a happy Independence Day.
The Prime Minister of Portugal António Costa also wrote on Portugal-India relations in a well-known Portuguese news publication. His father was from Goa, making him a person of Indian origin. The article was acknowledged by the Prime Minister in a tweet
Happy Independence Day to all our Indian friends and PM @narendramodi. Strong Indo - Maldives relations necessary to preserve democratic values and Indian Ocean stability in an era of increasing land grab and debt traps, which undermine states’ economic and national security.— Mohamed Nasheed (@MohamedNasheed) August 15, 2018
I thank Mr. António Costa, the Prime Minister of Portugal for penning a wonderful article on the occasion of India's Independence Day, in one of Portugal's leading newspapers. https://t.co/dYGWziXaI2 @antoniocostapm
— Narendra Modi (@narendramodi) August 15, 2018
The United States Ambassador to India Ken Juster also expressed his gratitude for being able to attend the 72nd Independence day celebrations
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