Paris: Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Thursday reached Paris ahead of his three-nation visit for bilateral engagement with France. He will hold talks with French President Emmanuel Macron.
A special dinner will also be hosted by Macron for Modi at the Chateau de Chantilly, a 19th-century site located in Oise, about 60 kilometres from Paris.
On Friday, Prime Minister is scheduled to meet his French counterpart, Edouard Charles Philippe. He will also meet UNESCO Director-General Audrey Azoulay.
The Prime Minister is also scheduled to address the Indian diaspora in Paris and will be inaugurating a memorial for the Indian victims of the Air India crashes at Nid D’ Aigle.
Modi will also visit UAE and Bahrain and then again come back to France to participate in the G-7 summit as Biarritz partner in sessions on the environment, climate, oceans, and on digital transformation.