Regarding the presence of Khalistani elements in Britain, the British Prime Minister said that Britain was clear that it could not tolerate extremism and terrorism. Also, if any organization under the auspices of Britain is threatening to threaten India or spread violence, it cannot be allowed to happen. In this episode, together with India, we have worked on counter-terrorism measures. We will take it forward.
British Prime Minister Boris Johnson has said in New Delhi that Britain will reopen its embassy in Kiev, Ukraine, next week. Britain and our allies will not take a passive position on this issue, because Putin is carrying out this attack. First of all, we want to talk about the situation in Ukraine. He said Britain would soon provide Ukraine with much help, including artillery, so that they could defend themselves.
The British Prime Minister said that the situation in the world, not just in Ukraine, was forcing Britain and India to take strong action together. India’s position on Russia is well known. It’s not going to change. That, he said, is a realistic possibility. Putin has a huge army. The only option for him now is to continue his vision. The Prime Minister of the United Kingdom has said in an assessment of Western intelligence officials that the war in Ukraine could continue until the end of next year and that Russia could win it. Prime Minister Narendra Modi and I have asked our conversation to conclude a free trade agreement between Diwali.
Against the backdrop of intense geopolitical instability in the world, Prime Minister Narendra Modi and his British counterpart Boris Johnson on Friday agreed to negotiate a new and expanded Indo-UK defense alliance and a Free Trade Agreement (FTA) by the end of this year. Deciding to finalize, the two leaders reviewed all aspects of bilateral relations, including the ‘Roadmap 2030’, and set an ambitious goal to deepen the relationship in various fields. Prime Minister Modi has invited Britain to join India’s national hydrogen mission.
After a detailed discussion on the various dimensions of the relationship between the two leaders, the British Prime Minister said, “Today we have agreed on a new, expanded defense and security partnership.” Modi aims at promises as well as Narendra’s Make in India.
Johnson described Prime Minister Narendra Modi as his “special friend”. He said Britain was working to create a free general export license centered on India, which would reduce bureaucratic hurdles and reduce defense spending. Johnson said the two sides agreed to work together to address new threats, including land, sea, air and cyberspace. He said Britain would co-operate with India on new fighter jet technology and navigation technology, as well as respond to threats at sea.
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