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What are the implications of UK PM Boris Johnson’s upcoming visit to India? what issues are likely to be discussed

British Prime Minister Boris Johnson is visiting India this week. This is Boris Johnson’s first visit to India after becoming the Prime Minister of Britain. He will reach India on a two-day tour on April 21. Boris John’s tour will start from Gujarat. Giving information in a statement, Downing Street said that PM Boris Johnson’s visit will begin on April 21 with a meeting with leading business groups in Ahmedabad. During this discussion will be held to increase trade and people-to-people contact between Britain and India. The British PM will hold bilateral talks with Prime Minister Narendra Modi on 22 April.

Boris Johnson’s India tour will start from Gujarat

British Prime Minister Boris Johnson has also made a tweet in which he said that his upcoming visit to India will focus on issues really important to the people of India and Britain. He is reaching India to deepen the long-term partnership. PM Boris Johnson’s visit to India is considered very important between the war in Russia and Ukraine. PM Johnson tweeted, “This week I will visit India to deepen the long-term partnership between our countries. As we face threats to our peace and prosperity from autocratic countries, it is important to That the countries of democracy should live together like friends.

Meaning and agenda of talks of Boris Johnson’s visit to India

Pointing to the war in Ukraine, PM Boris Johnson said that today India is a major economic power and the world’s largest democracy. A very valuable strategic partner for the UK in these uncertain times. Along with increasing employment opportunities and economic development, there is a possibility of talks on energy security and defence. There is also every possibility of talks between the two countries regarding the war between Russia and Ukraine. Significantly, the war between Russia and Ukraine has been going on for more than 50 days. After Russia’s attack on Ukraine, Western countries have imposed many sanctions on Russia. At the same time, he is trying to pressure India to reduce its dependence on Russian weapons and Ukraine should strongly condemn the attack.

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