Argentine first lady Juliana Awada, President Mauricio Macri and Prime Minister Narendra Modi share a light moment/ Praveen Jain/ThePrint
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Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Argentina’s President Mauricio Macri held bilateral talks to enhance cooperation in key sectors in New Delhi Monday. Macri is on a three-day tour to India from 17-19 February.

However, at the ceremonial reception at Rashtrapati Bhavan, Macri’s wife Juliana Awada was the centre of attention.

6. Smiles and gestures

From left to right: Juliana Awada, Argentine President Mauricio Macri, President Ram Nath Kovind, Savita Kovind and Prime Minister Narendra Modi during the ceremonial reception at Rashtrapati Bhavan | Praveen Jain/ThePrint

5. The Modi hug

Prime Minister Narendra Modi greets Argentine President Mauricio Macri | Praveen Jain/ThePrint

4. Walk the talk

Macri and Modi met at Hyderabad house in New Delhi | Praveen Jain/ThePrint

3. But, lets namaste first

Awada and Macri exchange greetings with President Ram Nath Kovind | Praveen Jain/ThePrint

2. On the red carpet

Prime Minister Narendra Modi with Argentine President wife Juliana Awada | Praveen Jain/ThePrint

1. After you

President Ram Nath Kovind welcomes Argentine President Mauricio Macri | Praveen Jain/ThePrint

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