Three European Nation Tour : Prime Minister Narendra Modi Terms Visit To France Was Brief But A Fruitful One

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While concluding  the final leg of his three European nation tour with the visit to France , Prime Minister Narendra Modi held talks on various issues with newly re- elected French President President Emmanuel Macron during his short stay in Paris.

The two leaders discussed a range of bilateral issues including defence, space, civil nuclear cooperation and people-to-people linkages, as well as regional and global issues.

After meetings with Macron Prime Minister Narendra Modi left for India

Prime Minister Modi later tweeted his successful visit to France as he wrote, “My visit to France was brief but a very fruitful one. President @EmmanuelMacron and I got the opportunity to discuss various subjects. I thank him and the French Government for the warm hospitality.”

This was Modi’s fifth visit to France after August 2019, June 2017, November 2015 and April 2015.

Macron visited India in March 2018. Both leaders also met on the sidelines of the G20 Rome Summit in October 2021, G20 Osaka Summit in June 2019 and G20 Buenos Aires Summit in December 2018.

India and France, which are strategic partners since 1998, have a multifaceted partnership across the spectrum in defence, civil nuclear, economy, space and maritime security, clean energy and environment, counter-terrorism, people-to-people ties.


India and France are strong strategic partners. President Macron renewed mandates and the conversation between the two leaders allows us to build on the existing strength and success of the India-France strategic partnership,  Foreign Secretary Vinay Kwatra told a press conference

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