Because of remarkable demonstration against Modi in UK two Prime Ministers joint statement gave priority to current situation in Nepal .
The two Prime Ministers stressed the importance of a lasting and inclusive constitutional settlement in Nepal that will address the remaining areas of concern and promote political stability and economic growth. They hoped the National Reconstruction Authority begins to function as soon as possible to facilitate post-earthquake reconstruction.
From: Foreign & Commonwealth Office, UK Trade & Investment, Prime Minister’s Office, 10 Downing Street, Department for Business, Innovation & Skills, + others
First published: 12 November 2015
Last updated: 12 November 2015, see all updates
Part of: India
A joint statement between the UK and India following Prime Minister Modi and Prime Minister Cameron’s meeting in London in November 2015.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Prime Minister David Cameron met in London on 12-13 November. The two Prime Ministers celebrated the growing strength, breadth and depth of the relations between the two countries. They emphasised that this enduring connection between the UK and India plays a vital role in safeguarding and promoting the security and prosperity of both peoples. India’s economic development and rise as a global power affords opportunities to further deepen and extend this partnership to foster economic growth and inclusive development, update and strengthen the rules based international system, and counter global threats. Read the rest of this entry »