PM Modi and Rishi Sunak discuss the India-UK trade deal in their first call

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PM Modi and Rishi Sunak discuss the India-UK trade deal in their first call
LONDON, ENGLAND – JULY 12: Rishi Sunak makes a speech to launch his bid to be leader of the Conservative Party on July 12, 2022 in London, England. The former Chancellor was the second high-profile minister to resign from Boris Johnson’s cabinet last week setting in motion the events that saw Johnson step down as Conservative Party Leader. (Photo by Carl Court/Getty Images)

Today, Prime Minister Narendra Modi chatted with Rishi Sunak, the new leader of Britain. PM Modi and his British colleague spoke on the urgency of quickly concluding a fair free-trade agreement between India and the UK.
“I’m happy to talk to Rishi Sunak right now. Congratulated him on taking office as UK prime minister. Together, we will continue to fortify our Comprehensive Strategic Partnership. We also concurred on the significance of hastily concluding an all-encompassing and equitable FTA. “This evening, PM Modi tweeted on the discussions for a free-trade deal, or FTA.

Mr. Sunak thanked everyone on Twitter and mentioned PM Modi.

“I appreciate your warm remarks, Prime Minister Narendra Modi, as I begin my new position. India and the UK have several ties. In the months and years to come, as our security, defense, and economic collaboration is strengthened, I’m thrilled about what our two great democracies may accomplish. “The first Prime Minister of Britain of Indian descent and the country’s youngest head of state in more than 200 years tweeted.

James Cleverly, the foreign secretary of the United Kingdom, will also visit India on Friday to meet with S Jaishankar, the country’s minister of external affairs. The two will talk about enhancing their diplomatic ties, the British Foreign Office announced Thursday.

India and the UK have several ties. I look forward to seeing what our two great democracies can accomplish as our security, defense, and economic cooperation develops in the next months and years.

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