French President Emmanuel Macron to visit India by year end

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Paris | June 3, 2017 8:39 PM

French President Emmanuel Macron on Saturday said that he would be visiting India by end of the year and will convene a meeting of the International Solar Alliance.

Macron thanked Prime Minister Modi and his delegation for the fruitful discussions held between the two countries. (Source- Reuters)

French President Emmanuel Macron on Saturday said that he would be visiting India by end of the year and will convene a meeting of the International Solar Alliance. “I will be travelling to India by end of the year and we will convene a meeting of the International Solar Alliance,” Macron said while delivering a joint statement with Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi at Elysee Palace in Paris. Macron thanked Prime Minister Modi and his delegation for the fruitful discussions held between the two countries.

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He also lauded India for its deep and constant commitment towards France. The French President noted that there were several Indian soldiers that lost their lives for France. “Many Indian soldiers who died for our country, for its freedom, is very much evidence of strong bonds between our countries,” said Macron.

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