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India Viewed from France

France and India share many common values: a long history and a desire for independence. The two countries have similar visions of how the world should be organised. They have excellent bilateral political relations with intensifying trade links and proliferating cultural exchanges. Yet there is a sense of dissatisfaction that can be noted on both sides.

It is our belief that president Nicolas Sarkozy’s recent visit to India must be the beginning of a new relationship between the two countries, based on a positive realistic image of each other and with special emphasis on the following:

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