- President of India strongly condemns terrorist attack on media office in Paris
- PM condemns attack in Paris
- EAM’s letter to French Foreign Minister condemning terrorist attack in Paris
- President’s letter to French President condemning terrorist attack in Paris
- PM speaks on telephone with French President Francois Hollande, strongly condemning the attack in Paris happened, a few days ago
- PM expresses solidarity with France during his speech at Vibrant Gujarat Summit
7 January 2015
The President of India, Shri Pranab Mukherjee has strongly condemned the terrorist attack on a media office in Paris and expressed anguish over the loss of innocent lives.
The President said terror and violence have no place in any corner of the world. The world community must unite to root out terror from every country and society.
The President of India conveyed his condolences to the families of the bereaved and prayers for the speedy recovery of the injured.
7 January 2015
The Prime Minister, Shri Narendra Modi, has condemned the attack in Paris.
“Condemnable and despicable attack in Paris. Our solidarity with people of France. My thoughts are with the families of those who lost their lives,” the Prime Minister said.
7 January 2015
8 January 2015
PM speaks on telephone with French President Francois Hollande, strongly condemning the attack in Paris happened, a few days ago
9 January 2015
The Prime Minister, Shri Narendra Modi spoke on telephone with French President Francois Hollande today.
Prime Minister condemned the terrorist attack in Paris in the strongest terms, conveyed condolences on behalf of the people of India and expressed solidarity with the people of France. He expressed confidence that President Hollande and the people of France will deal with this moment of grief and challenge with fortitude and that they will succeed in combating the forces of terrorism. Prime Minister reaffirmed his commitment to counter-terrorism cooperation as a key element of the growing strategic partnership between the two countries.
President Hollande thanked Prime Minister for the telephone call and for the solidarity and support France had received from the people, government, political parties and media of India. He added that this support from the world’s largest democracy meant a lot to the people of France. He underlined his commitment to deepen India-France defence and security cooperation and looked forward to receiving Prime Minister in France this year.
11 January 2015
Let me begin by expressing our solidarity with the people of France as they mourn their loss and come to terms with the brutal terrorist attack. As we see it spread around the world, let us pledge to work together to make sure that it will not succeed against the life that we have all gathered here to build, and the values that we stand for.