British Prime Minister Boris Johnson and Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau conveyed Eid-ul-Adha greetings to Muslims.
"I want to wish Muslims around Britain and across the world, a happy and blessed Eid," British PM said in a video message on his Facebook page.
"The past few months haven't been easy for anyone. But for British Muslims, first you had to observe Ramadan, normally such a social time, under lockdown," he added.
"And then, many wanting to perform Hajj have had their hopes dashed because of the restriction relating to the virus. So I want to say huge thank you for the sacrifices you've made and for all your heroic efforts," British PM further said.
Justin Trudeau, on the other hand, uploaded a video on his Facebook page showing his participation in the Eid celebration with the Canadian Muslims.
"Muslims in Canada and around the world are celebrating Eid al-Adha. It's usually a time for families and loved ones to come together to pray, share a meal, and give thanks for the blessings in life," Justin Trudeau's video description reads.
"This year, as we continue to fight Covid-19, Muslim families are celebrating differently. I joined the Chowdhury family this week to make some Eid cards for their friends and family because it's important to find new ways to celebrate while still following health guidelines," it further reads.