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Ricky Cage attends a state dinner in honor of Prime Minister Modi hosted by French President Emmanuel Macron

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Paris, July 15th

Three-time Grammy Award-winning musician Ricky Cage attended a dinner hosted by French President Emmanuel Macron in honor of Prime Minister Narendra Modi at the Louvre Museum in France on Friday (local time).

Taking to Twitter, Ricky shared some selfies from the event and wrote, “Wow! Our Honorable Prime Minister @narendramodi ji, you always make us Indians proud! Attended the State Dinner in Honor of Prime Minister Modiji at the Louvre Museum hosted by the kind and generous President of France @EmmanuelMacron. Louvre is Queen Elizabeth II in 1957!!It is an honor to sit with two world leaders and have dinner with them.The world is in good hands, the bright future awaits.

In the first picture, he can be seen at the table with Prime Minister Modi and President Macron.

In another post, he shared a selfie with PM Modi.

Addressing a dinner hosted by the French President, Prime Minister Modi said, “Over the past 25 years, the world has gone through many ups and downs, but the friendship between France and India has never stopped deepening. It is an important journey based on mutual assistance, understanding, trust and respect. Thanks to the efforts We have prepared a roadmap for the next 25 years. We not only contribute to the well-being of both countries, but also to global peace and security. Our partnership is a force for global good.

He also toasted Indo-French relations during the dinner, while congratulating the people of the host country on Bastille Day, also known as the national holiday of France.

He described it as happy and proud to celebrate this occasion with the French people. Prime Minister Modi also met with President of the French National Assembly Yael Brown-Bivet and other leaders of the National Assembly.

Prime Minister Modi, during his two-day visit to France, also received the Legion of Honor, France’s highest honour, from French President Emmanuel Macron. Prime Minister Modi said in a tweet on Friday, “Earlier today, I interacted with President @AssembleeNatYaelBRAUNPIVET and the senior leadership of the National Assembly. We had an excellent discussion on various topics aimed at enhancing India-France cooperation.”

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