UK PM Boris Johnson kickstarts his India visit, attends programme at Gujarat Biotechnology University

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Updated on Apr 21, 2022 17:09 IST

It’s fantastic to be in India, the world’s largest democracy. I see vast possibilities for what our great nations can achieve together, the UK Prime Minister said.

UK PM Boris Johnson kickstarts his India visit, attends programme at Gujarat Biotechnology University

UK PM Boris Johnson kickstarts his India visit, attends programme at Gujarat Biotechnology University

UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson who is on his two-day visit to India attended a program at Gujarat Biotechnology University in Gandhinagar GIFT city. The programme was also attended by the Chief Minister of Gujarat Bhupendra Patel. 

UK PM arrived in Ahmedabad, Gujarat, early this morning. He also tweeted from his social media handle, "It’s fantastic to be in India, the world’s largest democracy. I see vast possibilities for what our great nations can achieve together. Our powerhouse partnership is delivering jobs, growth and opportunity. I look forward to strengthening this partnership in the coming days."

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Johnson said he hope that the UK will complete another free trade agreement with India by the end of the year. The UK and Indian businesses are set to announce investments and export deals, in areas from software engineering to health. Science and tech collaborations, including a digital health partnership and a joint investment fund for Indian deep-tech and AI start-ups, supported by both the governments; new AI scholarships for Indian students jointly funded by the UK government’s Chevening programme and India’s Adani Group.

UK PM also met Adani Group Chairman, Gautam Adani, in Ahmedabad.  He also visited the Gandhi Ashram. The Ashram trust gifted him two books, one of them an unpublished guide for the benefit of those seeking to live in London, penned by Mahatma Gandhi himself. He also visited a plant of JCB company at Halol near Vadodara city.

The Prime Minister is also expected to hold a closed-door meeting with a “leading businessman from the state, as reported by PTI.

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