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Rafale Forum Is Important For New Delhi, The UAE, And France

Story Highlights
  • India, the United Arab Emirates, and France conducted their first official trilateral meeting in July. In July, the three parties discussed the Indo-Pacific region and potential
  • Interpersonal relationships. They also talked about the subsequent actions to be taken to strengthen trilateral cooperation in the Indo-Pacific region.

At the trilateral ministerial meeting between India, the United Arab Emirates, and France held on Monday in New York, the topics of Rafale fighter jets, global commons, innovation, and inter-ethnic relations were highlighted.

The common factor in the trilateral strategic relationship is Rafale fighter jets. India and the United Arab Emirates both bought Rafale warplanes from France. information obtained by ET, the three nations are eager to establish a trilateral Rafale conference, where India will play a significant role.

While UAE is a crucial partner for France in West Asia, India is a crucial strategic partner for France in South Asia. The cooperation between India and the UAE has changed over the last few years, and strategic weight has elevated ties to a new level.

“First trilateral ministerial meeting between France, the UAE, and India was successful. Active idea-sharing between UNSC members and important allies. Thank you @ABZayed for having @MinColonna and I stay with you “Following the gathering in New York on the margins of the UNGA, foreign minister S. Jaishankar tweeted.

The trilateral between India, the United Arab Emirates, and France is a new and more modern approach to diplomacy that places an emphasis on “active exchange” of ideas between strategic allies and UNSC members.  acquainted with the alliance, despite their differences, the three countries are strategic partners. Discussions have centred on these commonalities as well as how to identify and concretize them moving forward. The three nations get along well with one another, and there are numerous areas where they might be able to coordinate their efforts better.

To discuss possible collaboration in the Indo-Pacific area, including marine security, the blue economy, regional connectivity, and food and energy security, India, the United Arab Emirates, and France conducted their first official trilateral meeting in July. In July, the three parties discussed the Indo-Pacific region and potential areas for trilateral cooperation, such as maritime security, humanitarian aid and disaster relief, the blue economy, regional connectivity, participation in multilateral fora, cooperation on energy and food security issues, innovation and startups, supply chain resilience, and cross-cultural and interpersonal relationships. They also talked about the subsequent actions to be taken to strengthen trilateral cooperation in the Indo-Pacific region.

Following the French foreign minister’s trip to India, there will be a trilateral meeting on Monday. To continue the conversation between Prime Minister Narendra Modi and President Recep Tayyip Erdoan that took place in Samarkand last Friday, Jaishankar was scheduled to meet with his Turkish counterpart late on Tuesday.

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