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PM Modi spoke to British Prime Minister Boris Johnson on the phone, these important issues were discussed

Let us tell you that the COP26 summit will be held in Glasgow from October 31 to November 12, 2021.

PM Narendra Modi speak to UK PM Boris Johnson British PM Boris Johnson spoke with his Indian counterpart Narendra Modi ahead of the COP26 summit in Glasgow on Monday. Let us tell you that the COP26 summit will be held in Glasgow from October 31 to November 12, 2021. Over the phone with PM Modi, Johnson discussed various issues including the importance of maintaining human rights in Afghanistan. After speaking to UK PM Boris, PM Narendra Modi tweeted, “We reviewed progress on the India-UK Agenda 2030, exchanged views on climate action in the context of the upcoming COP-26 in Glasgow and Afghanistan including Share your assessments on regional issues.Also Read – There has never been such a decisive government in the country, the purpose of making ‘Self-reliant India’ clear: PM Modi

A Downing Street spokesperson said: “The Prime Minister spoke to Indian Prime Minister Modi this morning. They discussed the strengthening of UK-India relations and welcomed progress on the 2030 roadmap that was agreed by Prime Minister Johnson and Prime Minister Modi in May. This includes sectors such as trade and defence. The leaders looked forward to the upcoming visit of the UK Carrier Strike Group to India and the deepening of the UK-India Strategic Partnership.” Also Read – What happened in the meeting with the Chinese Army regarding the tension on the LAC, the Indian Army gave this information

British government spokesman said. ‚ÄúPrime Minister Johnson and Prime Minister Modi discussed the common fight against the coronavirus and the importance of a cautious opening of international travel. They agreed that the UK’s recognition of Indian vaccine certification is a welcome step in that direction.” Also Read – PM Gati Shakti Yojana: PM Modi will launch ‘Gati Shakti Yojana’ on October 13, know- what is its purpose?


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