In exchange for this year’s signing of a free-trade agreement that may enhance annual bilateral trade by billions of pounds, British Prime Minister Boris Johnson said he was willing to provide more visas to India.
On his approach to the world’s second-most populous country, Johnson indicated that he was willing to be more conciliatory on a point that could have stymied the discussions.
Johnson told reporters, “I have always been in favor of smart people coming to this country.” “Hundreds of thousands of people are missing from our economy, and we must adopt a progressive approach, which we will.”
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