French Defense Minister Florence Parley described India as a partner in world peace, security and stability, adding that the relationship between the Ganges and the Seine seems to have narrowed. He praised India’s role in regional stability and peace. At the same time, it sends a clear message of the widespread challenge of terrorism in the Indo-Pacific region and the growing threat of China’s aggression.
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Parley said the relationship has become so strong that the distance between the Ganges and the Seine seems to have narrowed. He praised India’s role in regional stability and peace. At the same time, it sends a clear message of the widespread challenge of terrorism in the Indo-Pacific region and the growing threat of China’s aggression.
Parli arrived in Delhi on Thursday evening for a two-day visit to India. On Friday, he participated in the 3rd Indo-French 3rd Defense Dialogue with Defense Minister Rajnath Singh. Before attending the meeting, she visited the National War Memorial and laid flowers and paid tribute. He later met Prime Minister Narendra Modi. Informing about the conference, the French Ambassador to India Emmanuel Lenin said that in the midst of growing instability in the world, France sees India as a major force in creating a multi-polar order, upholding the rule of law and tackling global challenges. At the same time, during a meeting with the Prime Minister, Parley briefed him in detail on the strategy of France and the European Union in the Indo-Pacific region.
China’s aggression in Afghanistan and the Indo – Pacific region were discussed at the conference. Both countries agreed to suppress terrorism. After the talks, Rajnath Singh tweeted that the India-France strategic partnership was more relevant today than ever before. I had a wonderful meeting with my French counterpart Florence Parley.
The connection is added by the river Sean
France connects India with the main river through the Parle Scene. The capital, Paris, is about 778 km along the river. Parley referred to the growing ties between France and India through the two countries’ major rivers. In a conversation with Think-Tank, Parley said he had come to India to tell them how special the friendship between France and India was. He said that there is no other like India. Parley praised India in its fight against climate change. “I think we have a lot to learn from India, which is determined to fulfill the promises of the Paris Agreement,” he said.