Foreign heads of state send congratulation message to President U Win Myint

Former Pyithu Hluttaw Speaker U Win Myint elected as the next President.   Photo: GNLM
Former Pyithu Hluttaw Speaker U Win Myint elected as the next President.   Photo: GNLM

Foreign heads of state sent congratulation message to U Win Myint, who was elected as the President on Wednesday
Ram Nath Kovind, President of the Republic of India, expressed his warmest greetings and good wishes on the occasion of election of U Win Myint as the President of the Republic of the Union of Myanmar.
“India and Myanmar enjoy close friendship that has stood the test of time. Our two countries are working together to expand our mutually beneficial cooperation in a number of areas,” said Ram Nath Kovind.
The president said Myanmar is also an important partner in various development cooperation initiatives that India has undertaken in recent years.
President Ram Nath Kovind also assured assured that India stands ready to work with your Government to assist the newly elected President U Win Myint in realizing Myanmar’s national priorities at a time when Myanmar is engaged in a significant political and economic transition.
He also extended to U Win Myint his congratulations and best wishes.
Tran Dai Quang, President of the Socialist Republic of Viet Nam, and Nguyen Xuan Phuc
Prime Minister of the Socialist Republic of Viet Nam, extended their warmest congratulations to U Win Myint in their own names, on behalf of the State, Government and people of Viet Nam.
“Your appointment as President reflects the people of Myanmar’s high regard for Your efforts and contributions to the country. We believe that Myanmar will attain greater achievements in socio-economic development, prosperity and national reconciliation,” they said in the message.
We look forward to working closely with You and the Government of Myanmar to strengthen the traditional friendship and the Comprehensive Cooperation Partnership in bilateral, multilateral and ASEAN frameworks.
They wish U Win Myint great health, happiness and success in his high capacity.
Md. Abdul Hamid, President of the People’s Republic of Bangladesh, sent the congratulation message to U Win Myint on the occasion of the latter’s being elected as the President of the Republic of the Union of Myanmar.
“This reflects you contribution to your country and great confidence that the people of Myanmar have reposed in you,” said Md. Abdul Hamid.
“Both Bangladesh and Myanmar have the potential to contribute significantly to the development of not only our two countries but also to the region,” he said, “I believe our joint efforts will help to make this region a better place and fulfill the aspirations of our two peoples,”
He also expressed his hope that U Win Myint’s election as the President would further consolidate the process of realizing long cherished aspirations of Myanmar for greater peace, stability and development.
He wished President U Win Myint and through him to the people of Myanmar a very peaceful and prosperous future.
Mrs. Sheikh Hasina, Prime Minister of the People’s Republic of Bangladesh, said in her message that it is a pleasure to congratulate U Win Myint on his election as the President of the Republic of the Union of Myanmar.
“This must be a recognition to your dedicated service to your party as well as to the nation, especially as the former Speaker of the Pyithu Hluttaw,” she said in her message.
“We hope that under your leadership, Myanmar will create further momentum in bringing about long-awaited political and economic reforms in an inclusive manner so that all her people enjoy benefits of democracy and development,” said Mrs. Sheikh Hasina.
She continued to say that she firmly believed that as immediate neighbour the two countries’ social and economic complementarities and shared history will continue to inspire the two countries to prosper together despite many challenges.
“I would like to assure you that Bangladesh stands ready to extend due cooperation to realize true potentials of our two countries,” said Mrs. Sheikh Hasina.

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