Shinzo Abe Resignation: Four Countries Tweeted In Support Of Abe

Shinzo Abe’s Closest Allies Spotted

Soon after today the resignation of Prime minster of Japan Shinzo Abe, Australia, India and Maldives prime ministers tweeted their concerns about his health and shared photo memories with him. All of them praised Mr. Abe for his wisdom and vision fro Japan and to the world.

  • Scott Morrison – Australia

The Australian prime minister Scott Morrison tweeted his long term friend Shinzo Abe for after his resignation as the Japan Prime minister. Scott also quoted ”Australia is thankful for the true friend we have had in Shinzo Abe as Prime Minister of Japan. His leadership, wisdom, generosity and vision have championed the cause of peace, freedom and prosperity in our region and the world more broadly.” he shared with a photo which they both holding a flower wreath

  • Narendra Modi – India

Pained to hear about your ill health, my dear friend @AbeShinzo. In recent years, with your wise leadership and personal commitment, the India-Japan partnership has become deeper and stronger than ever before. I wish and pray for your speedy recovery. He also shared a photo of a friendly moment they had in a lounge with fire back.

  •  Ibrahim Mohamed Solih – Maldives

The president of the Maldives tweeted about Shinzo Abe today evening with a photo they took from a rendezvous.

“I had the pleasure of meeting PM @ShinzoAbe in Tokyo last year. An exceptional leader and a great champion of closer Maldives-Japan relations, I join the people of Maldives in wishing him good health and every success in life”.

Boris Johnson – United Kingdom

The united kingdom prime minister Boris Johnson Tweeted right after the resignation of the Japanese PM.

@AbeShinzo has achieved great things as PM of Japan – for his country and the world. Under his stewardship, the UK-Japan relationship has gone from strength to strength in trade, defence and our cultural links. Thank you for all your years of service and I wish you good health.

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