The new union is a “commitment of several decades”, highlighted Johnson, who praised the relationship that unites “one of the oldest democracies, certainly the greatest with India”.
The visit comes as the head of the British government faces criticism from Conservative MPs and the prospect of an investigation to determine whether he lied to MPs about “Partygate”, various events held in Downing Street. During the imprisonment by the scandal epidemic of parties. ,
“The dangers of self-critical coercion have increased even more, so it is important that we deepen our cooperation,” Johnson said with Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi.
He said that both the countries have a common interest in keeping the Indo-Pacific region open and free.
Along with the United States, Japan and Australia, India is part of the “Quad” group, which is considered a stronghold against China.
But the country also has a long history of cooperation with Russia, the country’s biggest supplier of military equipment, and has refused to openly condemn the Russian invasion of Ukraine.