Britain and India in new defence and security partnership: Johnson

New Delhi, 22/4: Britain and India agreed to a “new and expanded” defence and security partnership on Friday, British Prime Minister Boris Johnson said in New Delhi.



Johnson is visiting India just as he faces criticism from his own Conservative MPs and the embarrassing prospect of a probe into whether he lied to parliament over the “Partygate” scandal.


New Delhi is part of the Quad grouping with the United States, Japan and Australia that is seen as a bulwark against an increasingly assertive China.

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