The UK agrees to a new strategic partnership with Singapore to improve the economy and security

Madrid, September 9 (European Press) –

UK Prime Minister Rishi Sunak has signed a new strategic partnership with Singapore to grow the UK economy and improve shared security, leveraging both countries’ expertise in new technologies such as cyber and artificial intelligence.

On Saturday, the prime minister will meet his Singaporean counterpart, Lee Hsien Loong, on the sidelines of the G20 summit in India to sign the new partnership, the UK government said in a statement.

“As Prime Minister, I have put the interests of the British people at the heart of my international engagement. I guarantee the success of diplomacy,” Sunak explained, adding that “this new agreement with Singapore will take us further in achieving our goals.” Our priorities We will ensure that, as we shape the future of the global economy, we do so with our closest partners.

After the strategic partnership, the UK and Singapore will conclude a bilateral investment treaty, which will be the country’s first since Brexit, and will give Singaporean companies more confidence to invest in the country. Jobs and economic development.

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