France: By 205, France will welcome 50,000 Indian students to study at various universities in their country. The move will give impetus to new businesses, startups and innovations in both the countries. France is preparing to welcome more and more professional and skilled workers along with students to further strengthen the relationship between the two countries. Doing so will increase migration between the two countries. The joint statement was made by Prime Minister Narendra Modi and French President Emmanuel Macron, who arrived in France on a three-nation European tour. In the year 2012, 10,000 Indian students went to France for higher studies. Even during the Corona epidemic in 2030 and 2021, France welcomed Indian students for higher studies. Not only that, he was also given special guidance for this. During Prime Minister Modi’s visit to France, the two countries have also signed a partnership agreement called the Partnership Agreement on Migration and Mobility, which came into force on October 1, 2021, to enhance partnership at all levels. Under the agreement, efforts are being made to increase the participation of students and businessmen in each other’s countries. Modi and Macro also agreed to enhance security partnership between the two countries through programs such as joint military exercises.