UK ready for tech transfer to India to become ‘world beaters’
Britain today offered technology transfer to India for co-production of military platforms and weapon systems to jointly become “world beaters” in arms exports.
Britain’s Defence Secretary Michael Fallon also called for strengthening cooperation between the two countries to effectively deal with terrorism and extremism, calling them a major challenge facing the globe.
The British Defence Secretary is on a four-day visit to India aimed at enhancing security and defence ties.
During an interactive session at a leading think-tank on UK-India strategic ties, he referred to a spate of recent terror attacks including in London, St Petersburg and Egypt and said both India and the UK will have to work harder to deal with the menace.
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