PM Modi receives congratulatory call from across the World

New Delhi : Prime Minister Shri Narendra Modi today received a telephone call from H.E. Anthony Albanese, Prime Minister of Australia. Prime Minister Modi thanked Prime Minister of Australia for his wishes.

Prime Minister warmly recalled his visit to Australia in 2023 and his meeting with PM Albanese on the sidelines of the G20 Summit last September in Delhi.

Prime Minister reiterated his firm commitment to work together with the Australian Prime Minister to further strengthen the Comprehensive Strategic Partnership, and work closely on the shared priorities in the Indo-Pacific region.

Prime Minister Shri Narendra Modi received a telephone call today from H.E Ms. Ursula von der Leyen, President of the European Commission.

President Von der Leyen congratulated Prime Minister on the success in the general elections and conveyed her best wishes for a historic third term. She deeply appreciated the Indian democracy and the conduct of the world’s largest elections.

PM expressed his gratitude to President von der Leyen for her warm wishes and underlined the strong India-EU ties based on shared values and principles.
Prime Minister noted that this year marked the 20th anniversary of the India-EU Strategic Partnership and reaffirmed his commitment to continue to work for further strengthening the partnership for global good.

Prime Minister conveyed his best wishes for the European Parliament Elections which commence today.

Prime Minister Shri Narendra Modi had a very warm and cordial telephone call with H.E. Mr. Srettha Thavisin, Prime Minister of Kingdom of Thailand on 06 June 2024. Prime Minister of Thailand congratulated Prime Minister for the victory in the recently held general elections in India.

Both Prime Ministers also exchanged views on further cementing the multifaceted and robust bilateral ties in various areas such as trade and investment, culture and people to people ties.

Prime Minister of Bhutan Dasho Tshering Tobgay called Prime Minister Shri Narendra Modi today and congratulated him on the victory of the National Democratic Alliance in the 18th Lok Sabha elections. Prime Minister Tobgay appreciated Prime Minister Modi’s visionary leadership in the last decade, and conveyed his warm wishes for his successful third term.

Prime Minister thanked Prime Minister Tobgay for the warm felicitations. Prime Minister conveyed that India accords the highest priority to its exemplary partnership with Bhutan. Prime Minister reiterated Government of India’s firm commitment to further strengthening unique ties of friendship and cooperation between Bhutan and Bharat.

India-Bhutan partnership is characterized by utmost trust, goodwill, and mutual understanding at all levels and is reinforced by robust people to people linkages and close economic and development partnership.

Prime Minister Narendra Modi received a telephone call today from H.E. Emmanuel Macron, President of the French Republic.

President Macron warmly congratulated PM on his historic electoral victory and extended best wishes for his third consecutive term.

PM expressed gratitude to President Macron and underlined that the strong and trusted Strategic Partnership between India & France was poised to scale newer heights in the years to come.

The two leaders agreed to continue working together towards fulfilling the commitments made in ‘Horizon 2047’ roadmap. PM extended his greetings to President Macron on the historic 80th anniversary of the D-Day. He also conveyed his wishes for the upcoming Paris Olympic and Paralympic Games.
Both leaders agreed to remain in touch.

The Prime Minister, Shri Narendra Modi has congratulated Mexico’s first woman president-elect Her Excellency, Claudia Sheinbaum.

The Prime Minister posted on X;

“Congratulations to @Claudiashein, Mexico’s first woman President-elect!

This is a momentous occasion for the people of Mexico and a tribute to the great leadership of President @lopezobrador_ as well.

Looking forward to continued collaboration and shared progress.”



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