Sunak discussed increasing UK’s security cooperation with India when he met Modi on G20 sidelines | India News

LONDON: UK Prime Minister Rishi Sunak told the House of Commons on Thursday that he had discussed “increasing our security cooperation with India” when he met PM Narendra Modi on the sidelines of the G20 Summit in Bali.
Sunak also said he raised with Modi “issues surrounding extradition”, the lack of an e-visa for British citizens to travel to India and India’s position visa-a-vis Putin and Ukraine.
On the UK-India trade deal, he said: “Both the Prime Minister of India and I committed our teams to working as quickly as possible to see if we can bring a successful conclusion to the negotiations. The majority of the substantive negotiations were concluded by the end of October. We will now work at pace with the Indian teams to try and resolve the issues left and come to a mutually satisfactory conclusion. Our relationship and partnership with India is much broader than just…

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