British Prime Minister Boris Johnson / Representational
British Prime Minister Boris Johnson will be travelling to India at the end of April in what would be his first major overseas visit following Brexit, his office had said earlier.
PM Johnson, during his upcoming India visit in April, is also expected to travel to Chennai. Johnson will be arriving in India on April 26.
It is learnt from reliable sources that Johnson’s visit to Chennai has been finalised and his schedule for Tamil Nadu is being worked on, according to a PTI report. It is also learnt that very soon advance teams from the UK will reach Chennai.
Recently, addressing the International Conference on Disaster Resilient Infrastructure (ICDRI 2021), Johnson had lauded Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s leadership in areas such as renewable energy in the global fight against climate change.
“We have a shared vision for a sustainable future for our nations and the global community – and I very much look forward to discussing this and many other issues with Prime Minister Modi on my upcoming visit to India,” Johnson said on Wednesday.
There is no official announcement on the date of his visit to India and the contours of the visit are still being worked out.
Johnson’s office made an announcement of his India trip as it unveiled the “Integrated Review” of its security, defence, development and foreign policy where it set out a “tilt to the Indo-Pacific”, LiveMint Reported.