Prime Minister Syed Yusuf Raza Gilani left here on Tuesday for a four day official visit to France from May 3-6 to hold talks with the French leadership. Talking to mediamen at the Chaklala air base, the Prime Minister said France is an important country of the EU, therefore his visit carries special significance. We want to enhance our bilateral ties, he said adding the relations with France will be upgraded from secretary level to ministerial level. Gilani told that two agreements would be signed to promote economic and trade relations. He said he will hold talks with the French leadership on defence and security issues. Minister for Privatization Naveed Qamar, Minister of State for Foreign Affairs Hina Rabbani Khar and Prime Ministers Advisor on Minorities Affairs Dr. Paul Jacob are accompanying the Prime Minister.