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INDIA: PM Narendra Modi receives French Diplomat Emmanuel Bonne, discuss security issues

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India: The Prime Minister of India, Narendra Modi, recently met with the French politician and Diplomatic representative of France, Emmanuel Bonne, yesterday on January 5th 2023 during his visit to India, under the direction of the President of France Immanuel Macron.

As per the recent updates, Prime Minister Narendra Modi received the French Diplomat and expressed his joy and happiness towards the fruitful and longstanding bilateral relationship between the nations. 

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In addition, PM Modi addressed the meeting as a fruitful sitting with Emmanuel Bonne, where they addressed the important concept of strategic partnership between India and France.

During the meeting, French Diplomat and politician Emmanuel Bonne joined Prime Minister Narendra Modi in the discussions related to the wide range of issues and challenges during their conversation.

In addition, the primary focus of the meeting was to discuss extensive issues and blocks in front of India and France, which are directly connected to the Defence and Security of culture.

Furthermore, the addressed topics mainly focused on pointing out the need for enhanced preventive measures to improve the culture sector’s overall Defence and Security situation. 

Moreover, both the authoritative people, PM Modi and French Diplomat Emmanuel Bonney took it to shed light on the need and importance of the continuously growing Strategic Partnership between India and France.

On his part, Prime Minister Narendra Modi took it to his official Twitter account and stated, “I attended a special meeting with Mr Emmanuel Bonne, Diplomatic Advisor to President Emmanuel Macron, while covering a comprehensive range of challenges from Defence and security to the culture. I am honoured that our Strategic Partnership is further deepening. Conveyed invitation to my friend “.

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Additionally, French representative Emmanuel Bonne conveyed a message full of respect and friendship for President Macron to the Indian Prime Minister. He explained Strategic Dialogues discussed with NSA, National Security Advisor of India, Ajit Doval, earlier during the day to PM Modi.

During his end notes, Prime Minister Narendra Modi also recalled his past meeting with the French President, Emmanuel Macron, held in Bali, and invited him to visit India in future, the answer to which the French Diplomat said that President Macron is looking forward to seeing India as soon as possible.

    

 

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