File photo: German Chancellor Angela Merkel shakes hands with India’s Prime Minister Narendra Modi ahead of their conference at Hyderabad Home in New Delhi, India, November 1,2019 (REUTERS/Adnan Abidi)
Merkel in her letter to Modi likewise vowed to collaborate to get rid of the difficulties, including the coronavirus pandemic.
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- Last Updated: September 17, 2020, 1: 27 PM IST
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German Chancellor Angela Merkel on Thursday welcomed Prime Minister Narendra Modi on his 70 th birthday and kept in mind that they have succeeded in consolidating even more the typically great relations in between Germany and India for the advantage of individuals of the two countries.
” Please accept my hottest congratulations on the event of your 70 th birthday. I enjoy to take this chance to thank you for our trustful and useful cooperation,” Merkel stated in her letter to Modi. “Together over the previous couple of years, we have actually succeeded in consolidating even further the traditionally great relations in between India and Germany. I have fond memories, for instance, of our conference last November at the Indo-German intergovernmental assessments,” she said.
Merkel in her letter to Modi likewise swore to interact to get rid of the difficulties, consisting of the coronavirus pandemic. “The COVID-19 pandemic is testing the cohesion of the worldwide community. Only if we collaborate will we handle to conquer this big obstacle. With that in mind, I look forward to continuing our cooperation for the advantage of the nations and their individuals,” she stated in her letter, which was shared by the Prime Minister’s Workplace on its Twitter manage. She wished Modi terrific health and success during the present unusual times.
” 4 your political work, I want you continued success. On a personal note, I want you all the best in the future especially, in these uncommon times, health, happiness and fulfilment,” she stated.