Boris Johnson, the visiting UK Prime Minister, lauded skilled Indians and stated that he can not prevent skilled people from coming to the UK.

As he spoke about the UK-India collaboration in generating vaccinations that have vaccinated over a billion people against COVID, he remarked that he had "the Indian jab." 

I've got the Indian jab (Covid vaccine) in my arm, and it did me good. Many thanks to India, "he said.

The highlights of the press conference are as follows: 

1: We are extending our partnership as science superpowers and building on the collaboration between Oxford AstraZeneca and the Serum Institute of India, which vaccinated more than a billion people globally against COVID. I still have the Indian jab in my arm, and the good it did for me...

So many thanks to India. And that has helped India to become what Narendra has called the pharmacy of the world.

2: Britain and India have agreed to a "new and expanded" defence and security partnership. He added that the two countries have a "shared interest in keeping the Indo-Pacific open and free", calling the new partnership "a decades-long commitment".

3:Following doubts about his future after being fined by police for violating the severe lockdown regulations he enforced during the COVID-19 outbreak, British Prime Minister Boris Johnson stated on Friday that he was confident he would still be Prime Minister in October.

"Yes," Johnson said during a news conference in India when asked if he will still be prime minister in October, when he hopes to have signed a free trade agreement with India.
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