PM Modi and UK Prime Minister Rishi Sunak will meet on the sidelines of the G-20 summit in Bali.

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PM Modi and UK Prime Minister Rishi Sunak will meet on the sidelines of the G-20 summit in Bali.

Prime Minister Narendra Modi will meet UK Prime Minister Rishi Sunak on the sidelines of the G-20 summit in Bali, Indonesia, in November.

Geeta Mohan writes: In their first phone call, Prime Minister Narendra Modi and his new British counterpart Rishi Sunak agreed to meet on the sidelines of the G-20 leadership summit,This will occur in the middle of November in Bali, Indonesia.

According to 10 Downing Street, “the leaders also committed to cooperating as two major democracies to support the developing economies of the world and expressed interest in meeting in person.”at the G20 in Indonesia.”

According to the statement, Prime Minister Narendra Modi expressed his congratulations on the appointment on behalf of 1.6 billion Indians.

The UK Prime Minister Rishi Sunak spoke with a number of politicians on Thursday, including PM Modi. While both leaders personally exchanged greetings, interpreters sat in on the conversation between the two leaders.

The Free Trade Agreement (FTA) between the two nations, which was anticipated to be finished by Diwali by the previous administration but stagnated due to the political unrest that England has faced in recent months, was stressed as being important to conclude as soon as possible by PM Modi.

PM Modi tweeted after his conversation with Prime Minister Sunak, “Glad to speak with Rishi Sunak today.” I congratulated him on his appointment as Prime Minister of the United Kingdom.”

We will work together to further strengthen our Comprehensive Strategic Partnership, he said. We also agreed on the importance of completing a comprehensive and balanced FTA as soon as possible.”

According to a statement from 10 Downing Street, “the prime minister believed that the UK and India could make substantial progress in negotiations to finalise a comprehensive Free Trade Agreement.”

In response to PM Modi’s tweet, Rishi Sunak expressed gratitude to the Indian prime minister for his “kind words” as he began his “new role.”

“The UK and India share so much. “I’m optimistic about what our two great democracies may do in the months and years ahead as we enhance our security, defence, and economic collaboration,” Prime Minister Sunak wrote. in his tweet.

The UK Prime Minister’s office released a statement saying, “While discussing shared global issues, the Prime Minister applauded Prime Minister Modi’s efforts on climate change, and the leaders welcomed chances to strengthen our security, defence, and economic collaboration.”

Rishi Sunak, UK Prime Minister, stated that he was a visual representation of the historic links between the UK and India, and that he intended to build on this relationship.develop ever closer ties between the two countries.







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