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World Leaders Congratulate PM Modi on Third Term: Messages from Mauritius, Maldives, Sri Lanka, Nepal, Bhutan, Italy, and the US

Prime Minister Narendra Modi has garnered congratulations from various global leaders and neighboring nations following his third consecutive victory in the 2024 Lok Sabha elections. The National Democratic Alliance (NDA) is poised to form the next government, marking a historic third consecutive term for Modi and his party, the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP).

From the Maldives, President Dr. Mohamed Muizze extended his congratulations to Prime Minister Narendra Modi, the BJP, and the BJP-led NDA for their electoral success. He expressed his anticipation for enhanced collaboration for the mutual benefit and stability of both nations on X. 

Sri Lankan President Ranil Wickremesinghe and Nepalese Prime Minister Pushpa Kamal Dahal ‘Prachanda’ also congratulated PM Modi on the NDA coalition’s victory. They expressed their eagerness to work closely with him. President Wickremesinghe conveyed his warm felicitations on X, emphasizing Sri Lanka’s desire to further strengthen its partnership with India. 

Nepal’s Prime Minister Prachanda celebrated the BJP-led alliance’s success, expressing joy over the completion of the world’s largest democratic exercise. 

Bhutan’s Prime Minister Tshering Tobgay offered his congratulations to Modi and the NDA on their historic third consecutive win. He expressed his enthusiasm for deepening the relations between the two countries. 

Italian Prime Minister Giorgia Meloni also congratulated Prime Minister Modi on securing a third term in office. She reiterated her commitment to working closely with the Indian government to bolster the relationship between Italy and India. 

“Congratulations to Narendra Modi on his recent electoral victory. My best wishes for his future endeavors. I am confident that we will continue collaborating to enhance the friendship between Italy and India and to reinforce cooperation on common issues, for the benefit of our nations and people,” Meloni said.

In the United States, the government praised India’s parliamentary elections as the ‘biggest democratic exercise in history.’ While refraining from commenting on the election results, State Department Spokesperson Matthew Miller commended India’s government and its voters for successfully concluding the extensive electoral process. “We want to commend India’s government and its voters for completing and participating in such a massive electoral process,” he stated during a daily news briefing. “We look forward to seeing the final results.”

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