Union Defence Minister Rajnath Singh on Thursday held a gathering with the French Armed Forces minister Sebastien Lecornu in Paris, and emphasised that the India-France partnership has deepened through the years.
Sharing on his social media ‘X’, previously often known as Twitter, he stated, “Had an excellent meeting with the French Minister for the Armed Forces, Mr Sebastien Lecornu in Paris. India-France strategic partnership has deepened over years and is more relevant today than ever.”
Union Minister additional careworn that each nations sit up for taking this partnership to newer heights.
“We look forward to taking this partnership to newer heights,” the publish learn.
Earlier on Wednesday, Rajnath Singh met with the CEOs of the highest French defence corporations with a give attention to their plans for collaboration with India in France.
Throughout the interplay Eric Trappier, CEO of Dassault; Pierre Eric Pommellet, CEO of Naval Group; Guillaume Faury, CEO of Airbus; and Olivier Andries, CEO of Safran Group have been current.
Union Minister visited the Safran Engine Division’s R&D Centre at Gennevilliers close to Paris, France throughout the second and closing leg of his two-nation tour.
Throughout his go to to the R&D Centre, he witnessed the newest developments in aero-engine expertise.
Later within the day, Protection Minister Rajnath Singh will probably be holding the fifth Annual Defence Dialogue with the French Minister of Armed Forces Sebastien Lecornu.
Rajnath Singh reached Paris late on October 10 and likewise interacted with the Indian neighborhood.
Whereas addressing the sizeable Indian neighborhood on the India Home, he highlighted the assorted achievements of India within the defence sector comparable to elevated defence exports, growing indigenous manufacturing of defence tools, concerted efforts on co-development and co-production in India and an enhanced outreach within the area.
The Defence Minister spoke in regards to the large progress achieved in India within the final 9 years, an evaluation that was heartily supported by the Indian neighborhood.