Indian expatriates give him a warm greeting
Nadia Fraooq

On Thursday afternoon, Prime Minister Narendra Modi landed in Paris, France, where he was met with a warm reception by the city’s large Indian community.

Prime Minister Modi was greeted with cheers and chants of “Bharat Mata Ki Jai” and “Vandey Matram.” Some others chanted and offered presents to PM Modi while others took photographs with him.


People of all walks of life and religions flocked to a Paris hotel to demonstrate their support for Prime Minister Narendra Modi, demonstrating the city’s commitment to diversity and inclusion.

An Indian lady wrote a song on Prime Minister Narendra Modi and became emotional when taking a photo with him.

Bagchi, a spokeswoman for the Ministry of External Affairs (MEA), sent out a video message shortly after PM Modi landed in France to announce his arrival.

Behind me, French Prime Minister Elisabeth Borne made the effort to personally greet her counterpart at the airport for a short visit of just 36 hours, he added.

His elaborate explanation of PM Modi’s agenda included the following: “Prime Minister will lead the leaders, presidents of the Senate and the National Assembly….There will be a private dinner tonight hosted by President Macron, and tomorrow there will be official discussions.

The two prime ministers will celebrate Bastille Day together later that night at the major ceremony. Bagchi said in a brief video message that “tomorrow there is a state banquet as well as inter with the CEOs and other personalities.”

Elisabeth Borne, the Prime Minister of France, personally greeted Narendra Modi when he arrived in the country.

The Prime Minister of India, Narendra Modi, was given a guard of honour and a formal greeting.

The French and Indian friendship lives on! Prime Minister @narendramodi arrives in Paris. Received with formal honours. The Prime Minister, @Elisabeth_Borne, personally greeted him when he arrived at the airport. A spokesman for the Ministry of External Affairs stated that following PM Modi’s arrival in Paris, he will be participating in the Bastille Day festivities and having several interactions with the French government, the Indian diaspora, CEOs, and significant individuals.

The Indian community in Paris had gathered in great numbers outside the hotel.

Prime Minister Modi has accepted President Emmanuel Macron of France’s invitation to join the Bastille Day Parade as the event’s Guest of Honour. The 25th anniversary of the strategic partnership between India and France will be celebrated during this trip.



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