"Our partnership is comprehensive. It goes from strategic, military to health. They have one thing in common. It's for the good of our own people. They take care of their people's security, their health, that is what matters," he said.
Responding to a question about China, the French Envoy said: "Geopolitical situation globally is very complex. Partnerships are even more important than before and stronger the better. I think France and India are showing the way. They are exemplary."
"Our partnership goes from strategic to the military to health and to many other aspects and that makes me very confident about the future," said the French Envoy.
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