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Johnson visits India for strategic trade talks

Johnson visits India for strategic trade talks

The British Prime Minister is in India for “in-depth” discussions and hopes that the partnership between the two countries will allow the creation of 11,000 jobs in the United Kingdom.

  • British Prime Minister Boris Johnson arrives at Ahmedabad Airport on April 21, 2022 (AFP).

British Prime Minister Boris Johnson visited India on Thursday to focus on trade and strategic discussions, announcing ஒப்பந்த 1 billion (2 1.2 billion) trade deals with India.

The British Prime Minister described the visit, which was postponed due to the Govt-19 epidemic, as the beginning of a “new era” in trade, investment and technological partnership between the two countries, which would allow the creation of this partnership. 11,000 jobs in the United Kingdom. “

In a statement, Johnson said, “I see great potential for our two great nations to work together.

Johnson will visit the Indian state of Gujarat and talk about investments and partnerships in various regions, especially in satellite launches, arriving in New Delhi on Friday.

He is scheduled to meet Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi in the hope that London will push for talks on a free trade agreement.

The British government has said Johnson and Modi will hold “in-depth discussions” on strategic security and diplomatic and economic partnerships, with the aim of intensifying security cooperation in the Indo-Pacific region.

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It is noteworthy that the UK and India have differing views on the Ukraine crisis, with London strengthening sanctions against Russia and supporting Kiev with arms. As for New Delhi, it refrained from condemning Russia and abstaining from voting in this direction against Moscow at the United Nations.