PM MODI departs for the UAE after his two-day visit to France.

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PM Modi described his trip to France as “memorable” and added that he took part in the Bastille Day festivities, making it even more meaningful. He also thanked the French government, people, and President Emmanuel Macron for their generosity and kindness.

The Prime Minister of India, Narendra Modi, tweeted, “This France visit was a memorable one. I had the chance to participate in the Bastille Day festivities, which made it even more remarkable. It was amazing to see the Indian contingent take centre stage in the procession. I’m appreciative to President @EmmanuelMacron and the French people’s extraordinary friendliness and generosity. May our friendship soar for evermore!”

On Friday, PM Modi, who was in France on a two-day visit, took part in the Bastille Day festivities. On the Champs-Elysees, PM Modi attended the Bastille Day Parade as the Guest of Honour at the request of French President Emmanuel Macron.

The 241-member tri-service contingent of the Indian armed forces, led by a military band, took part in the Parade to commemorate the 25th anniversary of the India-France Strategic Partnership, according to a statement from the PMO. The Rajputana Rifles Regiment and the Punjab Regiment served as the Indian Army’s leading units.

Additionally, he met with Emmanuel Macron, the president of France, and went through all of the relationships. Top CEOs were also met by PM Modi and French President Emmanuel Macron to discuss ways to broaden commercial collaboration.

In a tweet, Prime Minister Modi said, “The conversations with my buddy President @EmmanuelMacron were very beneficial. We looked at India-France relations from every angle. I am very excited about expanding our collaboration in cutting-edge fields like green hydrogen, renewable energy, artificial intelligence, semiconductors, and more.

PM Modi attended a banquet supper sponsored by the French president at the Louvre Museum. The globe has had many ups and downs in the past 25 years, but the friendship between India and France has continued to deepen, Prime Minister Modi said during his remarks at the banquet dinner. Additionally, he stated that the two countries have created a roadmap for the following 25 years and that their cooperation is a force for good in the world.

The globe has had many ups and downs and difficult periods over the past 25 years, but the bond between France and India has only gotten stronger, Prime Minister Modi said while speaking at a banquet dinner given by Macron. We have travelled a long and significant distance based on mutual respect, trust, and understanding. Our ties are improving in every area thanks to President Macron’s personal efforts.

“For the next 25 years, we have created a roadmap. We are enhancing the security and peace of the entire planet in addition to the wellbeing of our two respective nations. Our alliance is a force for good on a global scale, Modi stated.

At the banquet supper, PM Modi made a toast to the friendship between France and India. He expressed his congratulations to the French people on Bastille Day and said that he was happy and proud to be a part of their celebration.

PM Modi also had meetings with Yael Braun-Pivet, the president of the French National Assembly, and other National Assembly officials. The Grand Cross of the Legion of decoration, France’s highest decoration, was presented to PM Modi by French President Emmanuel Macron during his trip to France.

“Earlier today, interacted with President @AssembleeNat @YaelBRAUNPIVET and the senior leaders of the National Assembly,” PM Modi wrote in a tweet on Friday. On a variety of topics targeted at enhancing India-France cooperation, we had a terrific discussion.

On July 15, after his trip to France is over, PM Modi will fly to Abu Dhabi. He mentioned the collaboration between India and the UAE in the energy, defence, and fintech industries. He will have a meeting with UAE President Sheikh Mohamed bin Zayed Al Nahyan during his stay.

On July 15, I’ll fly from Paris to Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates, for an official visit. Before leaving India, PM Modi made a statement in which he expressed his desire to meet H.H. Sheikh Mohamed bin Zayed Al Nahyan, President of the UAE and Ruler of Abu Dhabi.

“Our two countries work together in a variety of fields, including trade, investments, energy, food security, research and technology, education, fintech, defence, and strong interpersonal relationships. I and President Sheikh Mohamed bin Zayed came to an agreement on a roadmap for our collaboration last year, and I’m looking forward to talking with him about how to further strengthen our ties,” he continued.

According to PM Modi, the UAE will host the COP-28, or 28th Conference of Parties to the UNFCCC, later this year. I also look forward to discussing ideas on enhancing global collaboration towards accelerating climate action to assist the energy transition and implementation of the Paris Agreement, the speaker continued. I have faith that my trip to the United Arab Emirates will start a new era for our Comprehensive Strategic Partnership.

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