In honour of Prime Minister Modi, French President MACRON hosts a private dinner.

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Thursday night, PM Narendra Modi travelled to Paris’s Elysee Palace for dinner. President Emmanuel Macron of France and First Lady Brigitte Macron welcomed him.

A formal greeting was given to the Prime Minister when he arrived in Paris on Thursday on a two-day official visit. Elisabeth Borne, the French prime minister, met him at the airport.

Arindam Bagchi, the official spokeswoman for the Ministry of External Affairs, tweeted: “A meeting with a dear friend. President @EmmanuelMacron graciously welcomed PM @narendramodi for a special supper at the venerable Élysée Palace. a chance for the two leaders to cherish their long-standing friendship and to further solidify it.

PM Modi was greeted enthusiastically by the Indian community in Paris. They gave Prime Minister Modi a rousing welcome while yelling “Bharat Mata Ki Jai” and “Vande Mataram.”

On April 14, PM Modi will attend the French National Day in Paris alongside French President Emmanuel Macron as the Guest of Honour. The Indian Air Force will fly past on Bastille Day, and a group from the three Indian services will participate in the parade. The two nations’ strategic cooperation has been in existence for 25 years this year.

PM Modi talked with the Indian community at La Seine Musicale in Paris prior to arriving at the Elysee Palace. He stated that the “strongest foundation” of the connection between France and India is the people-to-people ties between the two nations during his interactions with the Indian diaspora.

The strongest foundation of the alliance between France and India, according to him, is the people-to-people connection and mutual trust between the two nations’ populations.

“India and France are addressing several 21st-century issues. Thus, at this crucial time, the strategic alliance between our countries has become even more important, he continued.

Elisabeth Borne, PM Modi’s French colleague, and him met earlier on Thursday. The two presidents went over several aspects of the France-India alliance and talked about ways to make those connections even stronger.

“PM @narendramodi held fruitful talks with PM @elisabeth_borne,” the PM’s office tweeted.

at Paris. The leaders discussed ways to further boost connections between France and India as well as reviewing various aspects of their alliance.

At the Palais du Luxembourg, which houses the French Senate, in the 6th arrondissement of Paris, he also met Gerard Larcher, the president of that body.

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