PM Modi France Visit | PM Modi leaves for UAE after France visit, presents Sandalwood star to President Macron

New Delhi. Shortly before now, Prime Minister Narendra Modi has left for the United Arab Emirates (UAE) after a two-day visit to France. He will land in Abu Dhabi shortly. Significantly, on the two-day visit to France, PM Modi has finalized all the defense deals. Now India is buying 26 more Rafale from France. This is the Navy version. Along with this, a submarine deal has also been signed with France. #WATCH | Paris: PM Narendra Modi emplanes for UAE after concluding his two-day visit to France. — ANI (@ANI) July 14, 2023 Earlier, French President Emmanuel Macron hosted a special dinner for him at the Louvre Museum. During this, while raising the toast, PM Modi said happily that together India and France are making important contribution not only for the betterment of both the countries but also in global security and peace. Along with this he also said, “Yesterday I was honored with the highest award of France. It is a matter of pride and honor for me and all Indians. In the last 25 years, the world has seen many ups and downs, yet the friendship between India and France has remained strong. #WATCH | Paris: PM Narendra Modi raises a toast to the India-France relations at the Banquet dinner being hosted by French President Emmanuel Macron for PM Narendra Modi. — ANI (@ANI) July 14, 2023 PM Modi gifts special to Macron During his stay, Prime Minister Narendra Modi gifted a special sitar made of sandalwood to French President Macron. Have done Apart from Macron, PM Modi has also given special gifts to his wife and the Prime Minister of France. The PM gifted Pochampally Ikat in a Sandalwood box to President Macron’s wife, Bridget Macron. Apart from this, the PM gifted a ‘marble inlay work table’ to the French Prime Minister Elizabeth Bourne and a special hand-woven ‘silk cashmere carpet’ to the speaker of the French National Assembly, Yelle Braun-Pivet. With this, Prime Minister Narendra Modi has now left for the United Arab Emirates (UAE) after finishing his two-day visit to France.

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