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Emmanuel Lenain, born on 27 March 1970 in Cambrai, is Ambassador of France to India.
France on Sunday delivered eight oxygen generator plants including 28 tonnes of medical equipment to aid India's fight against COVID-19, terming it as a gesture of solidarity. Another air freight is expected to fly in with additional medical aid, informed Ambassador of France to India Emmanuel Lenain.
Amid the ongoing COVID-19 crisis, India on Sunday received several essential medical supplies and equipment from France to help fight the second wave of the coronavirus.
Twenty-eight tonnes of medical equipment sent by France as part of its solidarity mission for facing the COVID-19 crisis will reach India by Sunday, said French ambassador Emmanuel Lenain.
France has announced that it will provide India with eight high capacity oxygen generators, liquid oxygen for 2000 patients for five days, as well as 28 ventilators and equipment for ICUs.
The 4th batch of three IAF Rafales landed on Indian soil after a direct ferry from Istres Air Base France, informed the Indian Air Force on Wednesday.
Another batch of Rafale fighter jets have taken off on a non-stop flight to India with mid-air refuelling by the United Arab Emirates (UAE), said the Indian Embassy in France on Wednesday.
In the context of the long-standing naval cooperation between France and India, two French Navy ships, the Tonnerre and the Surcouf, made a port call in Kochi from March 30 to April 1, the French embassy said on Wednesday.
India's first IndoFrench business, Xavier Emlyon Business School (XEBS) has launched its Dual Degree Master's Program in Sports Industry Management to further enhance sports education.
Furthering the Indo-French ties in the field of education and research, India's first Indo-French business, Xavier Emlyon Business School (XEBS) launched its Dual Degree Master's Programme in the sports industry management in presence of the Ambassador of France to India, Emmanuel Lenain.