Foreign Secretary Harsh Vardhan Shringla has met his British counterpart Lord Tariq Ahmad and held a complete evaluation of the UK-India cooperation in multilateral fora and on world points and the implementation of Roadmap 2030, a 10-year plan that was unveiled in May for bilateral partnership on the highway to a free commerce settlement (FTA).
Mr Shringla arrived in London on Friday on a two-day go to.
He held conferences along with his counterpart Ahmad, Minister of South Asia within the Foreign Office, and Philip Barton, the Permanent Under-Secretary of the Foreign, Commonwealth and Development Office (FCDO) on Friday.
“Cordial meetings at FCDO of HE Foreign Secretary @HarshShringla with HE Minister of State Lord Tariq Ahmad & HE Permanent Under-Secretary @PhilipRBarton: a comprehensive review of India-UK agenda, co-op in multilateral fora & on global issues, implementation of RoadMap2030,” the Indian High Commission within the UK tweeted.
Cordial conferences at FCDO of HE Foreign Secretary @HarshShringla with HE Minister of State Lord Tariq Ahmad & HE Permanent Under Secretary @PhilipRBarton: complete evaluation of India-UK agenda, co-op in multilateral fora & on world points, implementation of RoadMap2030.
— India within the UK (@HCI_London) July 24, 2021
The Roadmap 2030 was adopted at a digital summit between Prime Minister Narendra Modi and his British counterpart Boris Johnson to raise bilateral ties to a complete strategic partnership and information cooperation over the subsequent decade in the important thing areas of commerce and financial system, defence and safety and local weather change, amongst others.
“Glad to meet @harshvshringla again today. We last met in Delhi – a pleasure to be able to host this time in London. We discussed the continued growth of the – relationship and how, together, the UK and India can provide leadership on global issues and be a force for good,” Mr Ahmad tweeted.
“Today I welcomed @harshvshringla to London for talks on the delivery of the UK/India #2030Roadmap. The partnership is going from strength to strength as we work towards our shared ambitions,” Mr Barton, who beforehand served as British High Commissioner to India, tweeted.