The Diplomatic advisor to the French President Emmanuel Macron, Emmanuel Bonne, appreciated the good cooperation with India at the UNSC as well as reiterated the support of France to India.
He stated that they are constantly supporting the people of India for a permanent seat at the United Nations Security Council-UNSC.
On Thursday, during his visit to India, for the session of the Indo-French Strategic Dialogue. This was the 36th session. A G7 and G20 diplomat to the President of France, Emmanuel Macron, discussed the wide-ranging problems with his counterpart National Security Advisor Ajit, at the time of the strategic dialogue, according to the official statement shared by the Government of France.
Along with this, all aspects of the Indo-French strategic partnership were discussed, including:
- Counterterrorism Collaboration
- Cyber Security
- Space policy
- Significant Global
- Regional Challenges, Including the full-scale military operation against war-torn Ukraine, as well as cooperating in the Indo-Pacific.
The discussion held between India and France aimed to clear the way for an ambitious expansion of the Indo-French strategic partnership during the first bilateral visit of the year. It marks its 25th anniversary.
At the time of his visit, the Diplomatic advisor of the French President, Emmanuel Bonne also called on the Prime Minister of India, Narendra Modi and had an interactive session with EAM Subrahmanyam Jaishankar and G20 Sherpa Amitabh Kant.
According to the official statement, Bonne Outlined the full support of France for the G20 presidency for India as well as conveyed President Macron’s message that Indo-French cooperation would be essential to manage the global challenges in 2023.
Furthermore, both the nations, in 1998, Indian and France established a strategic partnership, which has since evolved continuously in scope as well as depth, which is based on the following:
-Exceptional mutual trust,
-Shared democratic values, and
-A joint vision for a multipolar
-Rules-based world order