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UK’s PM Borris to visit India as part of policy”Tilt”

LONDON– On Monday, it was announced that United Kingdom’s Prime Minister Boris Johnson will visit India by the end of April. Until now no information has been announced about the fixed date of visit. It is said to be his first major trip after Britain’s exit from the European Union as part of efforts to boost the United kingdom’s opportunities in the region. 

boris JOHNSON Office, London

This trip was planned for earlier in January as part of efforts to speed up the trade talks between the two nations. The growing deals and bonds between India and other nations all over the world will make it a major beneficiary for India to grow in the long run. Talking about different scenarios, ends, and growing economies together is something nations are thriving for. 

Later, in the meanwhile, his office said that he had hoped to rearrange the trip before Britain hosted the meeting of leaders from the group of seven rich nations in June. This is what Prime Minister Narendra Modi is due to attend as a visitor in the meeting. 

UK PM Boris Johnson & India’s PM Narendra Modi

Moreover, in February 2021, a formal request was made by Britain to join the Comprehensive and Progressive Agreement for Trans-Pacific Partnership (CPTPP). It was seeking membership of the 11th country bloc to open new avenues for post-Brexit trade influence. 

Not only this, but it has also applied to become one of the dialogue partners of the Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN). 

Lastly, in December Foreign Minister Dominic Raab wrote- “We are pursuing trade deals from Australia to the United States and around the world- specifically in the Indo-Pacific region, with the objective of a huge growth market for the future”. Moreover, the international bonds, trading deals, policies, and formulating better strategies to grow together in the world is something India is following. It has been with the multiple initiatives taken by the PM. He shook hands with developed economies and strategies, better operations, procurement of resources, environmental preservation, and so on. 

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