British Prime Minister Boris Johnson accepts Narendra Modi's invitation to be chief guest on Republic Day

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Bangla Hunt Desk: The Prime Minister of the United Kingdom Boris Johnson will be the Chief Guest of India on the occasion of the Republic Day on January 26. This was stated by the British Foreign Secretary Dominic Robb. The British Foreign Secretary, who is on a visit to India, said Prime Minister Johnson would visit India on the occasion of Republic Day. The British Prime Minister was invited by the Prime Minister of India Narendra Modi.

Boris Johnson is set to become the first British Prime Minister to see a Democracy Day parade on the streets in 26 years. Earlier, in 1993, the Prime Minister of the United Kingdom John Major was the chief guest at the January 26 Democracy Day Parade. According to reports, Prime Minister Narendra Modi called British Prime Minister Boris Johnson on November 26. The Prime Minister of the United Kingdom then invited the Prime Minister of India to the G-7 Summit next year. The G8 summit is set to take place in Britain next year.

It is learned that the proposed visit of the British Prime Minister is taking place in the context of Brexit. Britain is trying to strengthen trade relations with top economies like India. It is feared that leaving the EU without a trade deal would hurt Britain's economy.

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