UK’s new high commissioner Philip Barton to India, introduced his certifications to President Ram Nath Kovind during a virtual function on Wednesday.
Barton’s appearance in India and the introduction of his qualifications was postponed by the Covid-19 pandemic. He succeeded Dominic Asquith, who filled in as high magistrate from April 2016 to January this year. “The UK-India relationship is amazing and we share an unmatched expansiveness and profundity of association. There is a profound duty over the British government, industry and common society to develop that relationship much further,” Barton said in an announcement. He distinguished a few center territories – building up the exchange and financial association following the UK’s exit from the European Union, handling the worldwide difficulties of environmental change and green recuperation, acting all together for good on the planet, and working near keep the two nations sheltered and secure.