Indian PM Modi, Russian Prez Putin, US Secretary of State Blinken extend best wishes to Nepali people
September 19, 2021 11:15 AM NPT
KATHMANDU, Sept 19: Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi, Russian President Vladimir Putin and the US Secretary of State Anthony Blinken have extended best wishes to Nepali people on the occasion of Nepal's Constitution Day, which is also celebrated as the National Day.
Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi has expressed his best wishes to Prime Minister Sher Bahadur Deuba and the Nepali people on the occasion of constitution day.
In a letter written to PM Deuba, Indian PM Narendra Modi stated that the two countries are strongly connected by strong cultural ties, interdependence on each other and the relationship between the citizens of the two countries. He said that there are very few nations in the world that share such values like the two countries.
PM Modi also expressed his commitment to support Nepal in its problems against the novel coronavirus pandemic and to strengthen the relationship between Nepal and India. In the letter, PM Modi also wished good health to PM Sher Bahadur Deuba and to all the Nepali people.
Similarly, President of the Russian Federation Vladimir Putin has expressed his best wishes to Nepali people on the occasion of Nepal’s National Day and the Constitution Day. Sending a congratulatory message to President Bidya Devi Bhandari today, President Putin said that relations between Russia and Nepal were friendly and expressed confidence that bilateral cooperation in various fields would be further enhanced.
President Putin also expressed confidence that the bilateral relationship would move forward in the interests of the people of both countries and that it would ensure regional security and stability. He wished President Bhandari good health and success as well as peace and welfare of the Nepali people.
Likewise, the US Secretary of State has expressed best wishes to the Nepali people on behalf of the US government. Stating that the two countries have shared 75 years of diplomatic relations and have worked together in tackling the COVID-19 pandemic as well as the climate crisis, the US secretary of State has extended his best wishes on the occasion of Constitution Day.
According to Sewa Lamsal, Spokesperson for the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Prime Ministers and Ministers of Foreign Affairs from countries like Bangladesh, Sri Lanka, Myanmar and Laos are among other nations that have also sent their best wishes to Nepal on the occasion of the Constitution Day.