The Confederation of Indian Industry (CII) is equally enthusiastic about bilateral relations, even though the trip has been canceled due to an increase in the corona virus infection rate in India.
British Prime Minister Boris Johnson
PM boris johnson visit cancellation will not affect UK India momentum: British Prime Minister Boris Johnson’s visit to India next week has been canceled in view of the state of the COVID-19 epidemic. The decision by industry heads and strategic experts on Monday has been described as a right step and expressed confidence that this will not affect the pace of strong UK-India business partnership. Johnson told reporters that he has spoken to Prime Minister Narendra Modi (PM Modi). Johnson said, it is a matter of great grief that the trip to be held on April 25-26 has to be canceled.
Both sides have to agree on a ‘Roadmap 2030’ to communicate new energy in Indo-UK relations in the field of trade, investment and climate change action. Now it is expected that the two leaders will interact with each other in a digital way. Lord Karan Bilimoria, president of the Confederation of British Industry (CBI), said the vision would be quadruple bilateral trade during that period and should not be affected by discussions online.
The decision to cancel the trip is correct
Biloboria, the founder of Cobra Beer, said, “While it is disappointing, the mutual decision of the Prime Minister to postpone the visit to India is correct.” He (Boris Johnson India Visit) said, ‘We have to see now that the momentum is maintained, businesses still hope that there will be an advanced trade deal with India. It is important for a transformed UK-India relationship to take the UK-India business to new heights. ‘
Expected to sign important documents
The Confederation of Indian Industry (CII) is equally enthusiastic about bilateral relations, even though the trip has been canceled due to an increase in the corona virus infection rate in India. Jim Bleig, president of the CII UK-India Business Forum, said, “Given the current COVID-19 situation in India, it is true that Prime Minister Johnson’s visit has been postponed.” Industries are aware that despite this, negotiations are on for an enhanced business partnership and we hope to sign that important document. ‘
‘There will be many more opportunities to meet’
He said, “At a time when Britain and India are about to start an ambitious new business relationship, there will be many more opportunities for the leaders of the two countries to meet in a safe time.” The London-based thinktank ‘International Institute for Strategic Studies (IISS) pointed to a recently released unified review by the British Government, with India as the’ key pillar ‘of UK foreign policy change. Has been classified and concluded that the change in the last time will have no effect on that base strategy.
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