Many world leaders sent their heartfelt wishes on India's 76th Independence Day

Prime Minister Narendra Modi has thanked world leaders for their heartfelt wishes and messages for India and Indians on the 76th Independence Day.

In response to a tweet from the Australian Prime Minister Anthony Albanese, PM Modi tweeted, "Thank you for your Independence Day wishes, PM Anthony Albanese. The friendship between India and Australia has stood the test of time and has benefitted both our peoples greatly."

PM Modi also tweeted in response to the Maldives President Ibrahim Mohamed Solih’s message by saying, "Grateful for your wishes on our Independence Day, President @ibusolih. And for your warm words on the robust India-Maldives friendship, which I second wholeheartedly."

The Prime Minister tweeted in response to a message from French President Emmanuel Macron, saying, "Touched by your Independence Day greetings, President @EmmanuelMacron. India truly cherishes its close relations with France. Ours is a bilateral partnership for global good."

In response to a tweet by Prime Minister of Bhutan Lotay Tshering, PM Modi wrote, "I thank @PMBhutan Lotay Tshering for his Independence Day wishes. All Indians cherish our special relationship with Bhutan - a close neighbour and a valued friend."

Responding to a tweet from Commonwealth of Dominica Prime Minister Roosevelt Skerrit, Prime Minister Modi replied, "Thank you, PM Roosevelt Skerrit, for your greetings on our Independence Day. May the bilateral relations between India and the Commonwealth of Dominica continue to grow in the coming years."

In response to a tweet from the Prime Minister of Mauritius Pravind Kumar Jugnauth, PM Modi stated, "Honoured to receive your Independence Day wishes, PM Pravind Kumar Jugnauth. India and Mauritius have very deep cultural linkages. Our nations are also cooperating in a wide range of subjects for the mutual benefit of our citizens."

Responding to a tweet from Madagascar's President Andry Rajoelina, the Prime Minister replied, "Thank you President Andry Rajoelina for wishing us on our Independence Day. As a trusted developmental partner, India will always work with Madagascar for the welfare of our people."

Nepal Prime Minister Sher Bahadur Deuba tweeted greetings for India, to which Prime Minister Modi replied, "Thank you for the wishes, PM @SherBDeuba. May the India-Nepal friendship continue to flourish in the years to come."

The German Chancellor Olaf Scholz also congratulated India, to which PM Modi replied, "I thank Chancellor Scholz for the Independence Day wishes. India and Germany are vital partners and our multi-faceted cooperation is vibrant and mutually beneficial to our peoples."

Furthermore, PM Modi also reacted to greetings from Emmerson Dambudzo Mnangagwa, President of the Republic of Zimbabwe, saying, "Gratitude to President Emmerson Dambudzo Mnangagwa for the wishes. I agree with him on the need to further strengthen ties between India and Zimbabwe for the benefit of our citizens."