Rishi Sunak's visit to India for the G20 summit is considered a "historic moment" in UK-India relations, as he is the first British prime minister of Indian descent.
His trip aims to strengthen ties and explore opportunities for a UK-India free trade agreement.
However, challenges like immigration have delayed negotiations, and Downing Street clarified that the UK won't alter its immigration policy for the trade deal.
Sunak also plans to address Russia's actions in Ukraine during the summit, despite Russia's ties with India.
Additionally, the UK will host a global food security summit in response to Russia's collapse of the Black Sea Grain Initiative.
Sunak's visit has faced criticism from the opposition, particularly regarding the trade deal delay and climate change policies.
Sunak also talked about how his visit to New Delhi for the G20 Leaders' Summit is "obviously special" as he is referred to as the "son-in-law of India".