G7 Summit: PM Modi, Emmanuel Macron’s ‘Chai Diplomacy’ At Display

Prime Minister Narendra Modi on the side-lines of the G7 summit met with French President Emmanuel Macron, sharing an expressive conversation over a cup of tea in Germany’s Schloss Elmau.

The duo that met early in Paris last month, today was seen greeting each other with love engaged in solemn conversation over a cup of tea.

“A strategic partnership for the ages between India and France led by two leaders PM @narendramodi and President @EmmanuelMacron with great belief in the value of this partnership for a better world. Meeting in Germany after their May meeting in Paris” quoted Jawed Ashraf, Ambassador of India to France and Monaco.

Modi attended the G7 meetings earlier this week with nations like Argentina, South Africa, Senegal, and Indonesia in attendance.

“Friendship at the highest level; President @EmmanuelMacron and Prime Minister @narendramodi at a crucial #G7 summit for collective decisions on global challenges and world stability” added French Ambassador of India, Emmanuel Lenain.

India and France have reportedly been engaged in talks over security cooperation in the Indian Ocean region, climate change including the International Solar Alliance, and sustainable growth.

The two nations renewed their friendly diplomatic relationships earlier today over tea.

Visuals that emerged earlier from the day showed US President Joe Biden and Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau walking up to share a word and express sentiment with Mr. Modi.

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