Paris. India has officially started the chairmanship of G-20 countries on December 01, 2022. It begins with the G-20 University Connect event on Thursday and will culminate with a meeting of the world’s top 20 heads of state from an economic perspective in New Delhi on September 9-10, 2023. On this, French President Emmanuel Macron tweeted- ‘India has taken over the presidency of the G-20. I am confident that my friend Narendra Modi (PM Modi) will bring us together to create a peaceful and more sustainable world.
During the G-20 summit in Bali, Prime Minister Modi had said that the close India-France relationship holds the power for global good. Prime Minister Modi had a conversation with French President Emmanuel Macron over lunch. Modi had tweeted- “As always had a good conversation with Emmanuel Macron. We had in-depth discussions on various topics including increasing cooperation in defence, nuclear energy and food security.
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It is noteworthy that India and France have an active and multifaceted relationship. In 1998, the two countries signed a strategic partnership agreement. Regular interactions at the highest political level, extensive defense cooperation and active cultural contacts have contributed significantly to making this partnership more mature.