UK-India business highly optimistic ahead of the G7 meeting: UKIBC

UK-India business highly optimistic ahead of the G7 meeting: UKIBC

The UK India Business Council (UKIBC) is extremely optimistic about the Indo-UK partnership producing substantial results for its individuals and business in the countries and the bilateral association invisibly into multilateral platforms such as the G7 to attain positive results internationally.

Ahead of the year's G7 hosted from the UK, the first as 2019, the UKIBC has urged the leaders of both nations to construct an alliance to make sure international effect in the regions of their alliance.

"India and the UK are leading to handling the pressing issues facing the international community, such as the most pressing and immediate ones - combatting COVID and climate change.  It's just as essential that the UK and India participate in multilateral forums such as the G7 and make sure positive international impact that the two nations are working towards," stated Kevin McCole, Managing Director, UKIBC.

McCole added that India's involvement at the Summit was significant concerning the spiritual relationship also. "Prime Ministers Johnson and Modi have established a "transformational Comprehensive Strategic Partnership", using a 10-year roadmap and it's not surprising that the Roadmap comprises three of the large issues being sprayed in the G7: tackling climate change; health collaboration (such as from the immediate period to cover the pandemic); and economic growth through investment and trade," stated McCole.

"The Indo-UK collaboration in generating the Oxford University-Astra Zeneca vaccine certainly indicates that the two nations can lead the entire world on health care R&D and manufacturing, and collaborate on digital technology, crucial to enhancing the efficacy and access to health care alternatives," he included.

McCole explained that the UK India Business Council will be observing the G7 deliberations closely as the 3 major agenda items were in the heart of Indo-UK ties and are expected to bring a fresh dimension to the bilateral collaboration also.