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French President Emmanuel Macron says 30,000 Indian students to be welcomed by 2030
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French President Emmanuel Macron says 30,000 Indian students to be welcomed by 2030

| @indiablooms | 26 Jan 2024, 06:16 pm

France on Friday announced 30,000 Indian students will be welcomed in universities across the country in 2030.

The announcement was made by French President Emmanuel Macron who visited India as the Chief Guest for the country's Republic Day event.

Macron posted on X: " 30,000 Indian students in France in 2030."

He said he would turn the 'ambitious' project into reality.

" It’s a very ambitious target, but I am determined to make it happen," he said.

Stating a number of measures which the government will take to execute the development, Macron said: "We are creating international classes which will allow students, who do not necessarily speak French, to join our universities."

India celebrated Republic Day on Friday.

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