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PM Modi, French Foreign Minister discuss defence, terrorism

All India Radio Sunday, 8 January 2017
PM Modi, French Foreign Minister discuss defence, terrorismSeeking to give a greater momentum to the Indo-French strategic relationship, Prime Minister Narendra Modi and French Minister for Foreign Affairs Jean-Marc Ayrault today discussed a wide spectrum of issues, including defence and terrorism.The French side said the bilateral ties should move forward with the speed of a Rafale fighter jet.
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