LONDON: Theresa May, British Prime Minister said, her three introductory visits to India will be part of an important bilateral ties, to share future plans.
Theresa was addressing to Indian community very first time at a Diwali reception in her official residence, said, “PM Narendra Modi visit to Downing Street last year and I would be so happy to join him in India.”
She said, “After Britain exit from European Union it will be first visit to India. During visit to India is will be going to Delhi and Bangalore and that shows the importance of our relationship between the UK and India and it will be real celebration of our countries relation that we share.”
At the onset, May, Dinesh Pattnaik, India’s acting High Commissioner to the UK and Jit Patel from the board of BAPS Swaminarayan Temple lit the lamp, and inaugurated the Diwali celebrations.
Theresa said, “It’s a really huge honor to host first Diwali reception as the Prime Minister that shows the Indian community in the UK is a heart of the our British society,”
Previously May declared in the House of Commons that she is going to set new trade assignment to India from November 6 to 8. The Britain government is interested to build up new relations after Britain exit from the European Union.
She added, “I will be visit to India is early November and so glad to going with aim trade assignment along with me. I am majorly focusing on small and medium sized enterprises for business purpose in the UK and with the important Indian market,”
In July Theresa May succeeded David Cameron as the new British Prime Minister, there is limit on number of deal we are entering into before we have left the European Union. But that doesn’t mean that without any negotiation we doing that with a number of countries.”
She said, she plans to initiate formal negotiations on exit from EU by the end of March.