Republic Day 2024: From France’s Emmanuel Macron to Anthony Albanese, world leaders wish India a happy 75th Republic Day

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Republic Day 2024: From France’s Emmanuel Macron to Anthony Albanese, world leaders wish India a happy 75th Republic Day – Gudstory

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India is celebrating its 75th Republic Day today i.e. on 26 January. People are celebrating the festival across the country, many leaders across the world have also wished PM Modi and India.

French President Emmanuel Macron greeted the people of India on Republic Day and expressed his happiness to be a part of the Republic Day celebrations in Delhi. Macron, who is the chief guest of the 75th Republic Day celebrations, had reached Jaipur on January 25.

Describing Prime Minister Narendra Modi as a dear friend, Macron posted on Instagram, “My dear friend @NarendraModi, my warm wishes to the Indian people on your Republic Day. Happy and proud to be with you. let’s celebrate!”

Amidst the ongoing diplomatic dispute between Male and Delhi regarding Maldives, former Maldives President Ibrahim Mohammed Solih also greeted the people. Taking to Twitter, he wrote, “On the joyous occasion of India’s 75th Republic Day, I extend good wishes to President Murmu, Prime Minister Narendra Modi, the Government and the people of India. May the long standing unbreakable bonds of friendship between Maldives and India become stronger.

Australian Prime Minister Anthony Albanese also extended his warm wishes to the people of India.

Issuing a statement, the Australian Prime Minister said, “Since independence, India has harnessed the vitality and industriousness of its people to build a modern nation defined by innovation and success. On our shared national days, we also get an opportunity to celebrate the depth of our friendship. Australia and India have never been closer.”

“The relations between our two countries are lifelong and inter-generational, built on the deep and enduring bonds between our peoples. Here in Australia, the Indian diaspora is the lifeblood of our friendship. The important thing is that our relationship is linked to a bright future. As we together respect and cherish the region we call home, we are united to advance and preserve an open, inclusive, stable and prosperous Indo-Pacific.

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