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21st India-France Military Sub Committee Meeting Strengthens Defence Cooperation

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The 21st India-France Military Sub Committee (MSC) meeting, held in New Delhi, continued the longstanding tradition of strategic dialogue between India and France. This forum plays a vital role in advancing defence cooperation between the two nations.

Distinguished Co-Chairs

The Indian delegation was led by Air Vice Marshal Ashish Vohra, Assistant Chief of Integrated Staff (Military Cooperation) at HQ Integrated Defence Staff (IDS). The French side was represented by Major General Eric Peltier, General Officer, International Military Relations of the Joint Staff from the French Armed Forces.

A Fruitful Exchange

The meeting was characterized by a friendly, warm, and cordial atmosphere, reflecting the strong partnership between India and France. Deliberations focused on exploring new avenues within the framework of existing bilateral defence cooperation mechanisms. The discussions aimed to further fortify ongoing defence engagements, emphasizing the commitment to mutual collaboration.

The 21st India-France Military Sub Committee (MSC) meeting reaffirms the dedication of both nations to deepen their strategic defence partnership. These dialogues serve as a critical platform for strengthening bilateral relations and exploring innovative avenues for defence cooperation.

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