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    French President Emmanuel Macron shares video of ‘exceptional trip in India’ | Action Punjab

    ACTION PUNJAB NEWS Desk: French President Emmanuel Macron who was on his visit to India as a Chief Guest for the 75th Republic Day celebrations in the national capital on the invitation of PM Modi and to celebrate 25th-anniversary of the Strategic Partnership between India and France, posted a video highlighting a glimpse from his visit to India. 

    Taking to his X handle (former Twitter), he praised India and stated that India is going to be on the front row in the world’s transformation.

    Further he said, “We have got everything to say to a country like India, a democratic power, a demographic, economic and a technological as well, which is going to be front row at the world’s transformation.” 
    Posting the video with the caption “A look back at an exceptional trip in India”, Macron further said, “For us, having chai tea is a habit.”

    Macron said he felt “extremely honoured” to be a part of the 75th Republic Day celebrations in the national capital.

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    Further boasting the good relationship between the two countries, the French President stated that even if the relations between the two countries are good, the countries can still do much more.

    Macron’s Republic Day gift to India

    As a Republic Day 2024 gift to India and in a major push to Indian students and alumni, France, Emmanuel Macron announced new initiatives to bolster academic excellence, cultural understanding, and long-lasting friendship between the two nations. 

    President Emmanuel Macron announced France’s goal to welcome 30,000 students from India by 2030. This goal reflects France’s view that enlarging its Indian student population will promote academic achievement, cross-cultural understanding, and enduring friendship between our two countries, an official release of French embassy stated in August.

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    The French President acknowledged the exceptional welcome and recalled the five years since his last state visit, expressing his pleasure at returning to India after the resounding success of India’s G20.

    France-India Ties

    France and India have developed trust-based cooperation aimed at strengthening strategic autonomy, illustrated by close cooperation in the defence sector, including advanced platforms and technologies.
    They also have a long-standing, exemplary cooperation of over 60 years on space, spanning launchers, space exploration, crewed flights, climate monitoring satellites, and maritime surveillance.


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