London : Prime Minister Theresa May’s India visit next month will give a fillip to bilateral economic and commercial ties, a Indian diplomat said . He asserted that New Delhi is keen on working with the UK to enhance Brexit’s positive effects. May is scheduled to arrive in India on November 6 for a three-day visit, which will include a bilateral dialogue with Prime Minister Narendra Modi.
“The forthcoming visit of Prime Minister Theresa May to India, following the highly successful visit (to the UK) of Prime Minister Narendra Modi last year, will give a fillip to economic and commercial relations between both countries,” India’s Acting High Commissioner to the UK Dinesh Patnaik said, reports PTI.
“India-UK economic relations are strong and vibrant, but there still remains considerable potential that needs to be tapped,”he said.