Need for better two-way participation in global affairs: Bruce

Raipur: The aim is to bring in better educational level in India and Britain for which emphasis has been laid for cultural exchange between the countries as part of India-UK Vision 2027, said Bruce Bucknell, British Deputy High Commissioner. He was interacting at the interactive session held with the students and faculty members of MATS University, Raipur on Wednesday.

On the occasion Chancellor Gajraj Pagari,a Director General Priyesh Pagar, Vice Chancellor Prof Byju John and Registrar Gokul Panda were also present.

Bruce Bucknell, British Deputy High Commissioner at Raipur to hold interactive session with Students and faculty members of MATS University, Raipur on July 21, 2017.

Bruce Bucknell spoke in length for promotion of India-UK engagement and participation on different issues around the world. He spoke on peace, fighting terrorism and responding to the security, global security challenges and progress of both countries and need for global participation and need for working together.

He spoke on the economy, need for new market development, generation of employment and skill development along with Smart City research and expertise where India has laid its priorities as part of infrastructure development.

He said that UK is providing expertise in foreign investment to building the commercial capacity and specialization in different sectors. UK is committed to further strengthen the business and investment related issues, climate risk management strategies, enhancing defence partnership, technology which can help to tackle world’s challenges.

During the interactive sessions, British Deputy High Commissioner answered to the queries raised by students and faculty members regarding the India-UK Vision.

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