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75th Independence Day: India’s sting is ringing around the world! Global leaders congratulated on 75th Independence Day, called achievements amazing

Washington/Paris : US President Joe Biden and French President Emmanuel Macron as well as other world leaders on Monday greeted Indians on the 75th anniversary of India’s independence. Global leaders pledged to further strengthen bilateral ties with the world’s largest democracy, which has made astonishing achievements. President Biden recalled Mahatma Gandhi’s ‘enduring message of truth and non-violence’ on the completion of 75 years of India’s democratic journey. This year, the US and India are also celebrating the 75th anniversary of diplomatic relations.

Biden said the two democracies will stand together to defend the rules-based order, advance the concept of a free and open Indo-Pacific and address the challenges facing the world. “As people around the world, including nearly 4 million proud Indian-Americans, celebrate the 75th anniversary of independence on August 15, America honors India’s democratic journey guided by Mahatma Gandhi’s enduring message of truth and non-violence,” he said in a statement. To stand with the Indian people.’
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‘Indian-American community made us a strong country’
“This year, we are also celebrating the 75th anniversary of diplomatic relations between our great democracies,” he said. India and the United States are strong partners, and the US-India Strategic Partnership is rooted in our shared commitment to the governance of the system and to human freedom and dignity. He said the partnership between the two countries has been further strengthened by the deep ties between their peoples. Biden said, “The vibrant Indian-American community in America has made us a stronger nation.”

Blinken wishes India
US Secretary of State Antony Blinken congratulated the people of India in a separate statement. “On this momentous day, we demonstrate shared democratic values, and we honor the people of India who are building a bright future together,” Blinken said. “This year is especially important for our two countries as we celebrate 75 years of diplomatic relations,” he said. Our strategic partnership extends from climate to business to our vibrant people-to-people ties. Happy Independence Day, India!’

Congratulations also came from France and Australia
French President Macron congratulated Prime Minister Narendra Modi and the people of India on Twitter on the occasion. Macron tweeted, ‘Dear friend Narendra Modi, dear people of India, wishing you a very Happy Independence Day! You can count on France to always stand by your side as you celebrate India’s stupendous achievements over the past 75 years. Australian Prime Minister Anthony Albanese said in his message that he has very good memories of his visit to India. Albanese said he is ‘determined to deepen our partnership in the spirit of respect, friendship and cooperation’.

‘Amazing achievements of the world’s largest democracy’
The Australian Prime Minister said, ‘On the first Independence Day in 1947, when Prime Minister Jawaharlal Nehru called upon his people to join with confidence in his adventurous journey to new independence, the world could not have imagined that India would follow his call. How deeply will he pay attention.’ “The rise of the world’s largest democracy and the achievements made by independent India are remarkable,” Albanese said in the statement. Recalling his first assignment as the Prime Minister of Australia, he said that he met Prime Minister Narendra Modi at the Quad Summit in Tokyo.

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Australian Defense Minister shared pictures of INS Sumedha
Australian Defense Minister Richard Marles also tweeted a congratulatory message on India’s Independence Day and shared photographs of INS Sumedha, an Indian Naval vessel anchored at Perth’s Fremantle Port. Marles said, “Congratulations on the 75th anniversary of India’s independence today and welcome to INS Sumedha in Perth for this event. People-to-people engagement strengthens our partnership and I extend my best wishes to our vast and vibrant Indian diaspora community.

Congratulations to Maldives and Singapore
Maldivian President Ibrahim Mohamed Solih said in a tweet, “India celebrates 75th anniversary of its independence. Heartiest congratulations to the President, Prime Minister Narendra Modi and the people of India.” Solih wrote, ‘Maldives and India have always had a close friendship and it is our desire that India remains a symbol of freedom, progress and diversity!’ Singapore’s Foreign Minister Vivian Balakrishnan greeted External Affairs Minister S Jaishankar on the 75th anniversary of India’s independence and expressed hope for continued strengthening of bilateral ties. The Indian-origin minister tweeted, “Many congratulations to my good friend Dr. Jaishankar and friends in India who are celebrating 75 years of independence.”




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