Narendra Modi on Friday will hold two talks with French President Emmanuel Macron and US President Donald Trump in Paris.
The two leaders will hold bilateral meetings in the first such encounter between the two leaders since Narendra Modi took office in May 2017.
The meeting comes ahead of the G20 summit in Germany later this month where Modi will be a major speaker.
Modi has been in a diplomatic tug of war with France since June, when he abruptly quit the G-20 and accused it of being biased towards India over its coal policy.
Modis government had launched an all-out offensive against the Paris-based country, accusing it of backing Pakistan’s nuclear programme and accusing the European Union of being anti-India.
The bilateral meeting is part of the Modi government’s efforts to boost its relations with other major economies, including the US and China, which Modi has said he will make a priority during his first foreign visit.