Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Friday held talks with his French counterpart Edouard Charles Philippe and discussed issues of bilateral and mutual interests to further boost the comprehensive strategic partnership.
During the breakfast meeting, the two leaders covered the full range of India-French ties.
“Met Mr. @EPhilippePM, Prime Minister of the French Republic. Our talks were comprehensive and covered the full range of India-French ties,” Prime Minister Modi tweeted after the meeting.
Modi, who is in France on the first leg of his three-nation tour, on Thursday held one-on-one talks with French President Emmanuel Macron at Chateau de Chantilly during which the two leaders reviewed the entire gamut of the dynamic and multi-faceted bilateral relationship.
The one-on-one interaction was followed by the delegation-level talks. After the talks, the two countries signed four MoUs.