UPI in France.Image Credit supply: twitter
The Unified Payments Interface (UPI) service has been formally inaugurated on the iconic Eiffel Tower in France throughout the Republic Day celebrations. The Indian Mission in France shared this replace on social media platform X (previously Twitter), stating that this initiative is a step in direction of Prime Minister Narendra Modi's imaginative and prescient of taking UPI world.
With this, now vacationers coming to see the Eiffel Tower in Paris can simply guide their journey by means of India's UPI. National Payments Corporation of India's worldwide subsidiary, NPCI International Payments (NIPL), has partnered with French e-commerce and funds platform Lyra to allow acceptance of UPI funds in France, beginning with the Eiffel Tower in Paris. .
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Tourists going to see Eiffel Tower will be capable to purchase tickets by means of UPI
UPI formally launched on the iconic Eiffel Tower on the enormous Republic Day Reception.
— India in France (@IndiaembFrance) February 2, 2024
At an occasion organized by the Embassy of India in France to commemorate the Republic Day of India, NPCI introduced that Indian vacationers visiting the Eiffel Tower can now get tickets on-line effectively utilizing the UPI fee system. This initiative is designed to simplify the transaction course of, guaranteeing that it’s quick, handy and seamless.
The submit on X reads, “UPI was formally launched at a huge Republic Day celebration at the iconic Eiffel Tower. “To implement PM Narendra Modi’s announcement and vision of taking UPI global.”
French President was the chief visitor on Republic Day
It is noteworthy that throughout the seventy fifth Republic Day celebrations, French President Emmanuel Macron was the chief visitor and he was warmly welcomed by PM Narendra Modi in Jaipur. PM Modi's use of UPI for funds on this event shocked and impressed the French President.
PM had additionally shared a submit concerning this on his Instagram. In the caption he wrote, “Tea with my friend President Emmanuel Macron.” In the video shared, PM Modi is seen explaining to President Macron about the advantages of ingesting Kulhar tea.
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