French president Emmanuel Macron will visit India from 8 to 10 December and discuss with the leadership various issues including strategic and economic ties, France’s Ambassador to India Alexandre Ziegler said on Wednesday.
He said a nuclear plant in France will go on stream next year, which will be a reference site for India to decide on buying French nuclear reactors for the Jaitapur site in Maharashtra.
“There will be discussions on economic, strategic, smart cities, renewable energy and other aspects,” Ziegler told reporters on the sidelines of an event to announce commencement of direct flights to Paris from Chennai by Jet Airways this month.
According to him, bilateral trade was good and so were French companies’ investments in India and vice versa.
Ziegler said French automotive group PSA will start constructing its own car plant near here next year and start production from 2019. Read More…
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