India, France agree to expand scope, complexity of existing regular bilateral joint exercises

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India and France have agreed to expand the scope and complexity of the existing regular bilateral joint exercises like Shakti, Varuna, and Garuda. The discussions in this regard were held on Tuesday between Defence Minister Rajnath Singh and his French counterpart Florence Parly here during the second India-France Ministerial level Annual Defence Dialogue.

The two leaders reviewed the entire gamut of bilateral defence cooperation, which is a key pillar of the India-France Strategic Partnership, and also exchanged views on contemporary regional and international developments of mutual interest, an official statement reads.

“During the Annual Defence Dialogue held in Paris, the two ministers comprehensively reviewed the entire gamut of bilateral defence cooperation, which is a key pillar of the India-France Strategic Partnership.  Read More

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