In a telephonic dialog with French President Emmanuel Macron, Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Monday reiterated India’s full help to France within the combat in opposition to terrorism, extremism and radicalism.
During the talks, PM Modi additionally conveyed condolences for the current terror assaults in France, based on a Prime Minister’s Office assertion.
“Spoke with my friend @EmmanuelMacron on the challenges and opportunities presented by the post-COVID world. India stands by France in its fight against terrorism & extremism,” PM Modi stated in a tweet.
Spoke with my good friend @EmmanuelMacron on the challenges and alternatives introduced by the post-COVID world. India stands by France in its combat in opposition to terrorism & extremism. The India-France partnership is a power for good on the planet, together with within the Indo-Pacific.
— Narendra Modi (@narendramodi) December 7, 2020
The India-France partnership is a power for good on the planet, together with within the Indo-Pacific, he stated.
The PMO assertion on the telephonic dialog stated the prime minister reiterated India’s full help to France within the combat in opposition to terrorism, extremism and radicalism.
France was struck by terror assaults just lately. A instructor was beheaded exterior his college on October 16. On October 29, a person just lately arrived from Tunisia killed three folks with a knife in a Nice church.
During their dialog, PM Modi and Mr Macron additionally mentioned different bilateral, regional and world problems with mutual curiosity, together with bettering the affordability and accessibility of COVID-19 vaccines, post-COVID financial restoration, cooperation within the Indo-Pacific area, maritime safety, defence cooperation, digital financial system and cyber safety, strengthening multilateralism, and local weather change and biodiversity.
The two leaders expressed satisfaction on the depth and power that the India-France strategic partnership has acquired in recent times and agreed to proceed working carefully collectively within the post-COVID period, the assertion stated.
Prime Minister Modi additionally expressed his want to welcome President Macron in India after the normalisation of the general public well being scenario.