Indian Army Chief of Army Staff General Manoj Pandey is making an important visit to France. Chief of Army Staff General Manoj Pandey will be on a tour of France from November 14 to 17. For this he left India on Sunday. During the four-day visit, he will meet his French counterpart and senior French military leadership with an aim to enhance defense cooperation between the two nations.
During the visit, the Chief of Army Staff will lay a wreath at the Newey Chappell Indian Memorial, which commemorates the sacrifices of 4,742 Indian soldiers during the First World War. He is scheduled to call on the Chief of Defense Staff, Chief of Army Staff and Commander Commandment des Forces Terrestres (CFT), Command of the Land Combat Forces. Here he will discuss opportunities to enhance India-French defense ties.
will visit the military installations of paris
The COAS will visit the cole Military, which includes various military training establishments in Paris and address senior staff officers attending a course at the cole de Guerra-te. He will also visit military schools in Draguigan, the premier training establishment that trains commissioned officers and non-commissioned officers.
This period is important in the direction of defense relations.
According to the Indian Defense Ministry, this visit will be important in the direction of ever-increasing defense cooperation relations. The two armies have established a strong bond at every level. The visit of COAS to France will further deepen the ties of trust and mutual understanding between the two armies.
First priority to equip the army with indigenous weapons
According to the Defense Ministry, India’s priority is to strengthen the security system by equipping the armed forces with indigenous state-of-the-art weapons. Last month, Defense Minister Rajnath Singh has said that strengthening the country’s security system by equipping the armed forces with indigenous state-of-the-art weapons, equipment is the top priority of the government.
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