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The congratulatory message to President of the Republic of India and Prime Minister of the Republic of India, on the occasion of the Independence Day

Thursday, 14 August 2014 07:50

The congratulatory message by President of the Russian Federation to President of the Republic of India and Prime Minister of the Republic of India, on the occasion of the Independence Day

UNOFFICIAL TRANSLATION

MOSCOW, KREMLIN,

AUGUST 15, 2014

ESTEEMED MR PRESIDENT,

ESTEEMED MR PRIME MINISTER,

KINDLY ACCEPT MY CORDIAL CONGRATULATIONS ON THE OCCASION OF THE NATIONAL DAY– THE INDEPENDENCE DAY.

YOUR COUNTRY HAS MADE IMPRESSIVE PROGRESS IN ECONOMIC, SOCIAL, SCIENTIFIC AND TECHNICAL DEVELOPMENT. INDIA’S CONSTRUCTIVE ROLE IN SETTLING IMPORTANT ISSUES OF THE REGIONAL AND GLOBAL AGENDA IS UNIVERSALLY RECOGNIZED.

I NOTE WITH SATISFACTION THE HIGH LEVEL OF RUSSIAN-INDIAN RELATIONS BASED ON THE DEEP-ROOTED TRADITIONS OF FRIENDSHIP AND MUTUAL RESPECT. I AM CONFIDENT THAT THROUGH OUR JOINT EFFORTS WE WILL FURTHER SUCCESSFULLY STRENGTHEN THE PRIVILEGED STRATEGIC PARTNERSHIP BETWEEN OUR COUNTRIES. IT FULLY SERVES THE INTERESTS OF THE PEOPLES OF RUSSIA AND INDIA AND CONTRIBUTES TO SAFEGUARDING INTERNATIONAL STABILITY AND SECURITY.

I WISH GOOD HEALTH, HAPPINESS AND NEW SUCCESS TO YOU, AND WELLBEING AND PROSPERITY TO YOUR FELLOW CITIZENS.

YOURS RESPECTFULLY,

V. PUTIN,

PRESIDENT OF THE RUSSIAN FEDERATION

HIS EXCELLENCY

MR PRANAB MUKHERJEE,  

PRESIDENT OF THE REPUBLIC OF INDIA

HIS EXCELLENCY

MR NARENDRA MODI,

PRIME MINISTER OF THE REPUBLIC OF INDIA

NEW DELHI

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