Beginning on a lighter note, President Macron made remarks on the origin of the French Curry in India and credit India for providing ideas to various French writers who visited the sub-continent in search of ideas and further spread those in the entire world.
He said, "During 18th and 19th century many French writers had travelled to India and found a lot of inspiration and tried to translate a lot of works from Sanskrit to French. Not just French Indian had inspired writers of all places".
He further asked both the countries to work together on the issues of terrorism including financing of terror activities and radicalisation on the internet.
He seeks cooperation by India over the military activities of both the countries while saying, " France wishes to get India 's cooperation in the functioning of their military agencies and ensure a collective effort in monitoring the activities in space".
He said, "After 20 years of strategic partnership between the two countries, now we should focus on our activities in the India Ocean as part of our strategic activities are based on the Indian Ocean and also in the Pacific."
Macron said, "We would discuss bringing certain changes in the education policy of the country to ensure that the degrees obtained by the Indian students in France are recognized in India and outside".
He further expressed his willingness to invest in the Indian economy in sectors, including generation of electrical energy, aqua-food business and technology.
"Both the economies are driven by various trade policies", he added.
He said, "Many of these soldiers have been buried at Cemetry of Chaplet".
The France and India are set to 50 agreements in the upcoming session on climate on Sunday. French is set to sign an Electrical energy agreement also various agreements on climate change and sanction of projects to "invest in the future of India".
President Macron arrived in India on Thursday for a four-day visit.