Indian PM Modi greets China, Korea, Vietnam and Mongolia on their new year

Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Thursday extended his greetings to the people of China, Korea, Vietnam and Mongolia on the occasion of Chinese New Year, Seollal, Tet and TsagaanSar respectively.
"Greetings on the start of the Chinese New Year. May the coming year brighten your lives with peace, joy and prosperity. Seollal greetings to my Korean friends around the world. I pray that the coming year brings with it tremendous happiness and prosperity," Prime Minister Modi said in a series of tweets.
"On the occasion of Tet and the coming of Spring, may I wish the people of Vietnam a New Year with full of happiness, peace and good health," he added.
"TsagaanSar greetings to my sisters and brothers of Mongolia. Have a wonderful year ahead, filled with success, joy and good health," the Prime Minister further added.
The occasion of Chinese New Year is also known as the Spring Festival.
Its celebrations traditionally run from Chinese New Year's Eve, the last day of the last month of the Chinese calendar, to the Lantern Festival on the 15th day of the first month, making the festival the longest in the Chinese calendar.
Seollal, Tet and TsagaanSar are the Korean, Vietnamese and Mongolian New Year celebrations. (ANI)


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