British Home Secretary describes UK-India relations as a “force for good”

London: British Home Secretary James Cleverley called the UK-India relationship a “force for good” and underlined the importance of the two countries working together for global peace, according to an official release. Speaking at the sixth annual UK-India Parliamentary Luncheon of the India Global Forum at the House of Lords on Wednesday, Cleverley said, “India’s intellectual power is huge and is getting bigger. “Whether it’s dealing with potential future pandemics or dealing with non-communicable diseases.” Or dealing with the opportunities and risks of AI financial services or sustainable agriculture, I struggle to think of any area where coordination and collaboration between the UK and India would not be a force for good in the world.”

Against the backdrop of major global conflicts, and the first visit by an Indian Defense Minister to the UK in 22 years, the Home Secretary stressed the vitality of the partnership in preventing the “expansion” of conflict. “It was incredibly important that the Defense Minister of India visited the UK because in a turbulent world and a potentially turbulent region, having strong and long-term partners, as we do with India, closely focuses on security, on the preservation of peace. It is incredibly important to coordinate with Of course, the military relationship between India and the UK goes back a long way.

I truly hope that together, demonstrating strength of purpose, demonstrating commitment to democracy, and demonstrating a willingness to defend our values, the UK and India can fight the Let’s work together to stop the spread and spread to other parts of the world.” The UK-India Parliamentary Lunch co-hosted by the Indian High Commission in the UK and Lord Jitesh Gadhia, where key players from the world of politics, business and finance sit down for lunch in the House of Lords to celebrate the growing relationship between the two Are.

Two democracies. Referring to British Foreign Secretary David Cameron’s comments on flashing red lights on the global conflict dashboard, Manoj Ladwa, President and CEO of India Global Forum, said, “As we have seen, attitudes and reactions can vary, even ​That even between the closest partners. These differences are more about nuances and emphasis rather than the core values of the rule of law, freedom of belief, diversity and inclusion, free trade and democracy that we all value so deeply.

In times like these, democracies must work hard to work together. Because we all know, democracy works best when democrats work together.” Highlighting the progress made by the Indian economy in recent years, Deputy High Commissioner of India Sujit Ghosh said, “India is creating opportunities not only for its own people but also for the rest of the world.

“The UK is uniquely positioned to benefit from India’s rise.” The time has come for our friends in Britain to abandon their old thinking and see India as it is.” “While a significant element of the UK-India bilateral agenda remains in the hands of political leaders and diplomats, particularly FTA negotiations, much of the activity flows from the two-way traffic of people, ideas, commerce and cooperation that this UK-India That is such a defining feature of the pivot”, Lord Gadhia said. Sponsored by Standard Chartered and Tata, the parliamentary lunch was followed by a peer-to-peer roundtable discussion on improving governance with technology, pharmaceuticals and pandemic preparedness, the release also said.

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