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Successful landing of Chandrayaan 3; UAE leaders congratulate India’s achievement

As congratulations are pouring in from all over the world for the successful landing of the Chandrayaan 3 spacecraft on the South Pole of the Moon, the leaders of the UAE who continue to praise good relations with India have also extended their congratulations.

UAE President His Highness Sheikh Mohammed bin Zayed Al Nahyan congratulated India on this successful achievement. He also mentioned that the safe landing of Chandrayaan 3 was a “significant act of collective scientific progress”.

Sheikh Mohammed has also posted in Arabic, English and Hindi on social media platform X praising India’s achievement. In his post, he said, “I extend my heartiest congratulations to Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi and the people of India for this historic achievement of mankind.”

Similarly, the UAE Vice President also said, “I wish to congratulate our friends in India.” Also, the UAE ministers congratulated the Indian Space Research Organization (ISRO) for the smooth landing of the spacecraft.

Likewise, Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, Vice President and Prime Minister of the Emirates and Ruler of Dubai, posted, “Nations are built through perseverance, and India continues to make history.”

Meanwhile, Salim Al Marri, Director General of the UAE’s space agency, Mohammed Bin Rashid Space Center (MBRSC), praised ISRO’s achievement. He said; “This is a new achievement in lunar exploration that will provide valuable information to the global scientific community,” he said.

Congratulating ISRO for creating such history, the UAE space agency shared a rendering of Pragyan, a rover on the moon, carrying an Indian flag.

India has created history by becoming the first country to land on the South Pole of the Moon with the Chandrayaan-3 spacecraft. Meanwhile, India has also become the fourth country to successfully land on the moon. It is noteworthy that earlier countries like USA, Russia, and China have successfully reached the moon.

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