UK Prime Minister Rishi Sunak, in a special gesture, showed his commitment to strengthening the bilateral relationship between India and the UK by briefly joining a meeting between India's National Security Advisor Ajit Doval and the UK's National Security Advisor Tim Barrow. The meeting took place on Saturday at the UK Cabinet Office, which is responsible for supporting the Prime Minister.
Sunak assured the Indian delegation of his government's full support in deepening the strategic partnership between the two nations, particularly in areas such as trade, defense, and science and technology. The Indian High Commission expressed their appreciation for Sunak's gesture and said that it looks forward to Barrow's visit to India soon.
“A special gesture by PM @rishisunak to join for a while India-UK NSA dialogue between Sir Tim Barrow & Mr Doval at @cabinetofficeuk,” the Indian High Commission tweeted on Saturday.
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“Deeply value PM’s assurance of his Govts full support to deepen strategic partnership in trade, defence, S&T. Look forward to the visit of Sir Tim to India soon,” it added.
Doval's visit to the UK follows his meeting with the US National Security Advisor Jake Sullivan earlier in the week. The visit highlights the importance of international collaboration and the strengthening of relationships in ensuring global security and stability