UK keen to collaborate with India on tourism


AGARTALA
Britain is keen to collaborate in energy, tourism, infrastructure, and agro-based industrial sectors in India’s northeast and is also willing to extend technical support for developing the region, British High Commissioner to India Sir James Bevan said here Tuesday, August 6.

“Britain is keen to work closely with the Indian states. British firms from sectors like education, healthcare, tourism, infrastructure and technology are ready to extend collaborative works in the Indian states, specially in the northeastern region of India,” Bevan told reporters.

He said: “British companies are interested to extend technological and other support in the infrastructure sectors. We have expertise in building roads, railway tracks and airports.”

Full report here New Indian Express

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