The UK - India relationship is alive with opportunities : India Hosting G-20
Yes, it is well known that the United Kingdom and India have a prosperous trade partnership worth billions of dollars. With a strong basis in terms of culture, history, and language, there is a rare opportunity to further develop the relationship between India and the UK while utilizing each other's advantages for development. The creation of a "2030 roadmap for India-UK future relations" (4 May 2021) is one of the important things to keep in mind about the UK's relationship and future cooperation with India. As part of a "common vision of a new and transformational comprehensive strategic partnership between the UK and India," the roadmap was approved by the governments of both the UK and India. India Takes Global Stage as Host of the G-20: It is truly amazing to see India, the largest democracy in the world, take the initiative to host the G-20, a crucial forum for advancing parallel global cooperation.The G20 Summit will take place in New Delhi from September 9 to 10 at the Bharat Mandapam at Pragati Maidan. Along with other delegates, several heads of state and government are anticipated to travel to the capital for the summit. US Vice President Joe Biden, Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, UK PM Rishi Sunak, Japanese PM Fumio Kishida, and Saudi King Salman bin Abdulaziz Al Saud are among the leaders who are anticipated to visit. Representatives will have conversations about various economic reforms during the meeting. G20 Summit Timetable: 4th Sherpa Meeting, September 3–6, Meeting of Finance Deputies, September 5-6, Joint Sherpas and Finance Deputies Meeting on September 6, Meeting of Ministers at the G20 Summit, September 9–10, Varanasi, India, September 13–14, 4th Sustainable Finance Working Group Meeting, Mumbai will host the fourth meeting of the Global Partnership for Financial Inclusion from September 14 to 16, 4th Framework Working Group Meeting in Raipur, September 18–19 Protection of the elite on a global scale: The G20 Summit is expected to be a high-profile event of historic scope with the attendance of dignitaries and leaders from around the world, including the United States, Saudi Arabia, Japan, France, Germany, Canada, the United Kingdom, and Italy. As a result, the Indian defense forces will send out Special Forces to secure important sites, demonstrating the country's dedication to offering top-notch security. The (Indian Air Force) IAF is working with numerous security agencies to coordinate a comprehensive defense strategy, including the deployment of counter-drone systems and air defense missiles to combat any potential airborne threats, according to sources within the defense establishment.