PM Modi met Rishi Sunak, know what PM said to Rishi Sunak

Bali (Indonesia), 16 November (ANI): During a meeting with his British colleague Rishi Sunak on the sidelines of the G20 Summit in Bali on Wednesday, Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi discussed expanding bilateral cooperation in a number of key areas, including trade, mobility, defense, and security.

Both of these leaders had never met before. It’s been a month since Rishi Sunak took office as Prime Minister of the United Kingdom. Modi greeted him warmly on his first day in office as prime minister.

It was reported in an MEA statement that both leaders were pleased with the development of the India-UK Comprehensive Strategic Partnership and the progress made on the Roadmap 2030 for Future Relations.

The two heads of state understood the significance of cooperating in bilateral and multilateral settings such as the G20 and the Commonwealth.

Important areas of the partnership were discussed, including commerce, transportation, defense, and security, according to the announcement.

Prime Minister Rishi Sunak is the first British leader of Indian descent.

The relationship between India and the UK is multi-faceted and strategic in nature.

On the margins of the G20 conference, Prime Minister Modi met one-on-one with a number of foreign leaders, including Australian Prime Minister Anthony Albanese, German Chancellor Olaf Scholz, French President Emmanuel Macron, and United States Vice President Joe Biden. (ANI)

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