Indian PM in London for talks with David Cameron
Nov 13, London: Visiting Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi to Britain has said that the current negotiations between the UK and India are a "huge moment for our two great nations." Modi said that both the country needs to create global partnership.
Modi and British PM David Cameron are due to sign deals between Indian and UK firms worth more than £9bn.
The leaders said they would collaborate on issues including finance, defence, nuclear power and climate change.
Modi is on a three days visit to London, such visit by Indian PM is first in a decade and called as as an immense importance.
Speaking at the British Parliament, Modi said India viewed the UK as an entry to EU and both the economies should be enhanced by setting higher ambitions.
The Oslo Times