France And India Sign A Cooperation Agreement Of 13 Billion Euros

- Mar 14, 2018-

  According to a French radio station recently reported that during his visit to India, French President Mark Long signed a series of cooperation agreements worth a total of €13 billion with the Indian side, covering areas such as defense, aerospace and clean energy.

  At the press conference, Modi described that from the ground to the sky, the two countries did not cooperate in any field.

  The cooperation projects in the agreement include the cooperation contract signed by Safran Aerospace Defense-Security Communication Group and Indian Airlines SpiceJet, which involves the provision and maintenance of the Boeing 737MAX engine.  

  The Safran Group will also invest in a factory in Telangana in southern India.