The Prime Ministership of Rishi Sunak has been entered into the golden pages history of the world. Even the prominent world leaders have started marking their opinions about the India origin leader. Some people remain silent while some others express their joy. Following are the responses of various world leaders.
Let us unite to find solutions for the global issues, said the Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi. He also wished Diwali greetings for the Indians living in UK.
William Rutto, the President of Kenya has not yet responded on the new role of Rishi Sunak. Yashveer Sunak, the father of Rishi Sunak was born in Kenya. Sunak’s ancestors had reached Kenya during 1930 and later shifted to UK during 1960.
European Union (EU) has responded that the only solution to face the global challenges is to work together. The major solution to face such issues is to bring consistency, said the European Council President Charles Michel.
The Irish PM Michel Martin said that they wish to work with Sunak to overcome issues facing by the countries including Ireland.
US President Joe Biden has not yet responded officially. But when Sunak had given his nomination Joe Biden said that Sunak’s entry would be a milestone in the history of Britain. It is expected that Joe Biden will respond soon after the formation of the Government.
China responded that they are looking forward to continue the relation with UK under the leadership of Sunak. Wang Wenbin, the spokesperson of Ministry of Foreign Affairs China, has said that both China-UK relations can be continued on its right path.
Volodymyr Zelenskyy has also not yet responded over his new role. Meanwhile, Alexander Kornienko, the Deputy Chairman of Ukraine Parliament expressed his warm welcome to Sunak as a colleague. He also congratulated the people of Britain on retaining the peace and consistency.
Russia responded that they have no hope in building a sound relation with UK.
Sunak is a good friend of Australia, responded Treasurer Jim Chalmers. He also said that it is really great that a person who is not a Britain origin has come up to such a prestigious position.