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PM Modi congratulates Jacinda Ardern on her 'resounding victory' in New Zealand general election
Jacinda Ardern
Image Credit: Narendra Modi Twitter Handle

PM Modi congratulates Jacinda Ardern on her 'resounding victory' in New Zealand general election

| @indiablooms | 18 Oct 2020, 01:29 pm

New Delhi/IBNS: Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Sunday congratulated his New Zealand counterpart Jacinda Ardern 'on her resounding victory' in the country's general election.

In a tweet, he said: "My heartiest congratulations to the PM of New Zealand @jacindaardern on her resounding victory. Recall our last meet a year ago and look forward to working together for taking India-NZ relationship to a higher level."

In the recently concluded New Zealand general election, Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern's centre-Left government won in an unprecedented majority decision on Saturday marking her second term in the post.

The elections to form the country's 53rd Parliament were scheduled to be held in September, but were postponed by a month after a renewed Covid-19 outbreak.

 

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