British Prime Minister Boris Johnson to visit India in late April, first major tour since Brexit
New Delhi: British Prime Minister Boris Johnson is visiting India for the first time since formally leaving the European Union. He will be touring India at the end of April. The visit is expected to lead to important agreements between Britain and India.
The Prime Minister of the United Kingdom Boris Johnson was the chief guest at this year’s Indian Republic Day. But he abruptly canceled his tour after a new strain of corona was found in Britain in early January. The possibility of his visit to India was being speculated since the discovery of a new strain of Corona in Britain. A senior official said British Prime Minister Boris Johnson had spoken to Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi on the phone and expressed regret that it was impossible to visit India.
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A statement from the British High Commission said that the Prime Minister of the United Kingdom was expected to visit India before the G7 summit. Last year’s G7 summit was canceled by Corona. This year’s meeting is being held in Britain. According to reports, British Prime Minister Boris Johnson is coming to India.
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