India will double its contribution to the Commonwealth fund for technical cooperation, Prime Minister Narendra Modi has announced.
Britain said it would strongly support Zimbabwe’s re-entry to the Commonwealth and praised Mnangagwa for impressive progress since Mugabe was toppled in a military coup.
Modi is scheduled to hold bilateral meetings, including with his counterparts from Bangladesh, Australia and the President of Seychelles, on the sidelines of CHOGM.
Britain will be just as important to India after it leaves the EU as it is now, PM Narendra Modi told his British counterpart Theresa May, May’s spokeswoman said.
May deeply regretted Britain’s role in criminalizing same-sex relations in its former colonies, saying such laws, often passed under British rule and still in effect.
Modi arrived here in the capital of Sweden, the first bilateral visit by an Indian premier to the Nordic nation in 30 years.
Abbasi will lead the Pakistani delegation at the 25th Commonwealth Heads of Government Meeting (CHOGM) to be held in London from April 18-20.
Modi is the only head of govt to be offered bilateral meetings ahead of the Commonwealth Heads of Government Meeting, according to senior officials.
PM Modi will pay a 5-day visit to Sweden and the UK beginning Apr 16 with the aim of boosting bilateral cooperation in several key areas, including trade and investment.
"It is a great time for India and it is exciting to see the energised way in which new opportunities are being taken up," Patricia said.
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