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Prime Minister Mr. Narendra Modi met the Prime Minister of France Mr. Edouard Philippe on the side lines of the World Government Summit in Dubai on 11 February 2018. The two leaders had a good discussion on strengthening our strategic partnership. PM Modi said that he was looking forward to the visit of French President Macron to India next month.
The Ambassador of India to France, HE Mr. Vinay Kwatra interacted with the representatives of Indian businesses in France on 8th February 2018. On this occasion, a directory of Indian businesses in France was also released and presentations were given by experts on French Immigration , Employment and Social Security laws.
A reception was hosted on 07 February at India House in honour of Indo-French Friendship Group of the National Assembly.

A reception was hosted at India House in honour of Indo-French Friendship Group of the...

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Reception hosted by Embassy of India, Paris at UNESCO on the occasion of 69th Republic Day

Embassy of India, Paris and Permanent Mission of India to UNESCO jointly celebrated the 69th...

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Reception hosted by Embassy of India, Paris at UNESCO on the occasion of 69th Republic Day

Embassy of India, Paris and Permanent Mission of India to UNESCO jointly celebrated the 69th...

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Ambassador of India H.E. Mr. Vinay Kwatra submitted his Letter of Credentials to H.S.H Prince Albert II, the Sovereign Prince of Monaco on 29 January

Ambassador of India to France and Permanent Representative of India to UNESCO His Excellency...

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Ambassador of India H.E. Mr. Vinay Kwatra submitted his Letter of Credentials to H.S.H Prince Albert II, the Sovereign Prince of Monaco on 29 January

Ambassador of India to France and Permanent Representative of India to UNESCO His Excellency...

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Ambassador of India H.E. Mr Vinay Mohan Kwatra met Prof. Gilles Pecout, Rector of the Academic Authorities of Paris and Chancellor of the universities of Paris on 25 January 2018. Prof. Manuelle Franck, President of INALCO also joined. Both sides discussed issues relating to cooperation in the sphere of higher education between India and France.
69th Republic Day celebrations at Embassy of India, Paris on 26th January, 2018

The 69th Republic Day of India was celebrated by the Embassy of India, Paris on 26th January,...

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69th Republic Day celebrations at Embassy of India, Paris on 26th January, 2018

The 69th Republic Day of India was celebrated by the Embassy of India, Paris on 26th January,...

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Celebration of 'World Hindi Day' in Paris

Embassy of India, in association with INALCO, celebrated 'World Hindi Day'

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Ambassador of India H.E. Mr. Vinay Mohan Kwatra interacts with Indian students in SKEMA Business School in Paris on 15 January 2018.

Ambassador of India H.E Mr. Vinay Mohan Kwatra visited SKEMA Business School in Paris on...

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Celebration of Pravasi Bharatiya Diwas in Paris on 10 January 2018

Embassy of India celebrated Pravasi Bharatiya Diwas on 10 January in the chancery....

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Celebration of Pravasi Bharatiya Diwas in Paris on 10 January 2018

Embassy of India celebrated Pravasi Bharatiya Diwas on 10 January in the chancery....

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Ambassador of India & Permanent Representative to UNESCO, H.E. Mr. Vinay Mohan Kwatra met Director General of UNESCO, Ms. Audrey Azoulay on 21 December to reaffirm India’s commitment to the values of UNESCO and continuing its positive engagement with UNESCO including in the fields of education and culture.
Ambassador of India Mr. Vinay Kwatra made a courtesy call on Mr. Michel Delpeuch, Police Prefet of Paris on 19 December. Issues of mutual interest including ensuring safety of Indian tourists in Paris were discussed.
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India and France share close and friendly relations. With the establishment of strategic partnership in 1998, there has been significant progress in all areas of bilateral cooperation through regular high-level exchanges at the Head of State/Head of Government levels and growing cooperation and exchanges including in strategic areas such as defence, counter-terrorism, nuclear energy and space.

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