Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Monday reiterated India’s full support for France in the fight against terrorism, terrorism and radicalism in a telephone conversation with French President Emmanuel Macron.
During the talks, PM Modi apologized for the recent terror attacks in France, the Prime Minister’s Office said in a statement.
“I have spoken with my friend Emmanuel Macron about the challenges and opportunities presented by the post-Kovid world. India is favoring France in the fight against terrorism and terrorism,” Modi said in a tweet.

He said the India-France partnership is a force for good in the world, including the Indo-Pacific.
In a PMO statement on the telephonic conversation, the Prime Minister reiterated India’s full support for France in its fight against terrorism, terrorism and radicalism.
France has recently succumbed to terrorist attacks. On October 16, a teacher was shirked outside his school. On October 29, a recent man from Tunisia killed three people in a church in Nice with a knife.
During their conversation, Modi and Macron discussed other bilateral, regional and global issues of mutual interest, including improving the affordability and accessibility of the Kovid-19 vaccine, post-Kovid economic recovery, cooperation in the Indo-Pacific region, maritime security, defense cooperation, digital economy and cybersecurity Safety, strengthening multilateralism and climate change and biodiversity.
The dual leaders expressed satisfaction over the depth and strength the India-France strategic partnership has gained in recent years and agreed to continue working together in the post-Kovid era, the statement said.
Prime Minister Modi has expressed his intention to welcome President Macron in India after normalizing the public health situation.


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