France News: French President Emmanuel Macron can be the chief guest of India on Republic Day on 26 January. According to media reports, the Indian government has sent an invitation to the French President. Earlier there were reports that US President Joe Biden was expected to attend the Republic Day celebrations as a guest, but he would not be able to attend the Republic Day celebrations.
…then this record will be made
Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi participated in the Bastille Day Parade this year in Paris, the capital of France. Prime Minister Narendra Modi was also made the guest of honor during the parade. If French President Emmanuel Macron comes to India on January 26, he will be the sixth leader to attend the Republic Day celebrations. Since 1976, India has invited the President of France for Republic Day a total of five times.
So far these French heads of state have been involved
In 1976, French Prime Minister Jacques Chirac was the first leader to attend Republic Day. After this, French President Valery Giscard d’Estaing in 1980, President Jacques Chirac in 1998, President Nicolas Sarkozy in 2008 and President François Hollande in 2016 have participated in India’s Republic Day. India has so far invited the maximum number of French leaders to its Republic Day.
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