Sunday, September 24

PM Modi and Macron convene for lunch to discuss the advancement of Indo-French relations, which are reaching unprecedented levels of progress.

After the G20 Summit concluded on Sunday, Prime Minister Narendra Modi had a lunch meeting with French president Emmanuel Macron.

PM Modi took to social media through X to share that they had a productive lunch meeting with President @EmmanuelMacron, during which they discussed various topics and worked towards improving the relationship between India and France.

External affairs minister S Jaishankar and National Security Advisor Ajit Doval were present with the prime minister.

PTI reported that Macron stated he would continue to strengthen defence cooperation with India.

Modi has suggested a virtual G20 meeting before Brazil takes over the presidency of the bloc.

Macron expressed gratitude to Prime Minister Modi and commended India for supporting the G20 presidency in serving the interests of peace and unity, while Russia continued to wage its aggression against Ukraine, as reported by ANI.

Lavrov expresses gratitude to India for preventing attempts to politicize the G20 Summit.

Macron emphasized the need for significant reform in international organizations, emphasizing the importance of global governance and expanding the role of existing tools.

The Statement of New Delhi Leaders

India’s victory in the G20 presidency on Saturday was marked by a significant change in text, as it changed the text on Ukraine after several rounds of negotiations to reach consensus on the joint statement.

The New Delhi G20 Summit Leaders’ Declaration urged all member states to uphold international law, including territorial integrity and sovereignty, while advocating for peaceful, comprehensive, and long-lasting peace in Ukraine.

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