India and France signed 14 cooperative agreements following bilateral talks between Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi and French President Emmanuel Macron in New Delhi on Saturday. The agreements were signed in multiple fields, including security, nuclear energy, and the protection of classified information. «India and France are working now on one platform. It is a positive sign for world... Еще economy, peace and development,» Modi said at a joint press conference with Macron. For his part, Macron said that India and France decided to continue fighting against climate change and developing the use of renewable energy. «In accordance with the Paris agreement, we decided to fully implement our commitments in terms of solar energy,» he said. Macron arrived in India on Friday night for a four-day visit. During his trip he will co-chair the founding conference of the International Solar Alliance (ISA) with Modi.