INDIA IN THE FOCUS OF BRITAIN AND ISRAEL


27/11/2016





With the assuming of office of the Narendra Modi government in India, significant changes have began to occur in economic indicators. The country’s national income figures show 5.7 percent growth in the second quarter. This indicates a significant development, coming after the growth rate of 4.8 percent before Modi took office. Indian growth had remained below 5 percent in the last two financial periods, marking the lowest performance of the last 25 years and the 5.7 percent rate of growth achieved suggests that the target of 8 to 9 percent growth may be met earlier than expected. One of the basic aims of the Modi government is attracting foreign investment to the country. It is hoped that 100 million additional jobs may be created this way in the next decade. The current engine of the economy is the mining sector. Another significant economic development is the breakup of the coal monopoly.
The significant steps taken by Narendra Modi are being followed closely by countries in the region and further away. India, which has a great population capacity as well as the potential to become a world leader economically and technologically, is now in t he focus of Israel and the United Kingdom.
Not remaining indifferent to these major developments far away from its territory, Israel has already begun attempts to control India under the name of “cooperation”. Meeting the Indian Interior Minister Rainath Singh recently, the Israeli Ambassador Daniel Carmon stated that Israel and India will cooperate more closely on internal security and counter-terrorism. The ambassador has also invited Minister Singh to the Third International Internal Security Conference and Display to be held in Tel Aviv.
Similar moves are being made by Australia, an important supporter of the United Kingdom. perhaps each former British dominion is trying to control the other.
Prime Minister Tony Abbott has recently announced an official visit to India. The visit, which will cover Malaysia and India, is intended for the strengthening of the strategic partnership according to Abbott, who also stressed that with the volume of trade between the countries approaching USD 11 billion, India is an important partner of Australia. The visit which is expected to contain agenda items on cooperation in science, technology and education is expected by some analysts to heavily focus on the civilian nuclear agreement being negotiated by the two countries for a long time.
In summary, attempts to control the developments in this rapidly developing Asian country are being pursued ceaselessly by all countries from the east to the west.

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