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British Prime Minister Theresa May on Monday insisted upon strengthening the trade and opportunities between India and UK and said the two countries share a “special bond”. “There is so much potential between India-UK relationship,” May said at the India UK TECH Summit in New Delhi, adding: “We have a very special bond.”
May said that Britain was working on economic and social reforms and that Indian “investment is helping us diversifying our economy”.
She also announced that the travel to UK for Indians would be made easy. “There would be a registered travel scheme for Indians to travel to Britain regularly.”
This is May’s first bilateral visit after she took the charge as British Prime Minister.