‘Will recommend beginning of British Library in Amaravati’
Visakhapatnam is among the top five centres of reconstruction in fintech along with Edinburgh of the United Kingdom. An interaction between fintech firms of the two cities will be good to both the cities, expressed British Deputy High Commissioner Andrew Fleming.
Mr. Fleming, along with his Political Economy Adviser Nalini Raghuraman, incharge of Andhra Pradesh and Telangana, was in the city in association with a national seminar on gender the state of being equal organaised by the British High Commission in Guntur on Thursday.
Mr. Fleming expressed he wanted to call on in Andhra Pradesh that had become centers of activity. The British High Commission was closely tracking the development of Amaravati and Visakhapatnam. He expressed that he desire to visit Sri City which was near to Chennai, a significant business Centre in India. He expressed that he suggested the establishing of British Library in Amaravati to the British Council. The British Council Libraries were self-funded and the high commission did not have much of a say in it.
The British High Commission was providing works from eight cities such are Goa, Mumbai, Ahmedabad, Kolkata, Mumbai and New Delhi and three offices in South India in Hyderabad, chennai, Bengaluru more than any other country. And the Indians who are living in UK have formed the largest Asian population.