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French President Emmanuel Macron looks back at his 'exceptional' India visit as R-Day chief guest
Photo courtesy: Screengrabs from video posted on twitter.com/EmmanuelMacron

French President Emmanuel Macron looks back at his 'exceptional' India visit as R-Day chief guest

| @indiablooms | 04 Feb 2024, 07:30 pm

Paris: French President Emmanuel Macron shared a video with special moments of his visit to India as the chief guest at the Republic Day celebrations in Delhi on January 26.

Macron described his trip as "exceptional" and shared visuals of his interactions with people, businessmen and politicians while visiting Jaipur’s iconic sites, including the hilltop Amber Palace.

Macron spoke to a group of children there holding banners cheering India-France friendship.

Macron and Prime Minister Narendra Modi visited the sites and tasted the sumptuous spread of Pink City on January 25.

Theyalso sipped some hot roadside masala chai in glasses, the local way to indulge in the hot beverage, and held a grand roadshow with hundreds welcoming the two leaders to the regal city.

Their roadshow started at Jaipur's Jantar Mantar and concluded at the iconic Hawa Mahal.

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