Visit of Australian PM Anthony Albanese to India will give new momentum to our relations: PM Modi

Prime Minister Narendra Modi held delegation-level talks with the Prime Minister of Australia, Anthony Albanese. After the talks, Prime Minister Narendra Modi said that I welcome Australian Prime Minister Anthony Albanese to India. Last year, both the countries had decided to hold an annual summit at the level of Prime Ministers. This series is being launched by the visit of Prime Minister Anthony Albanese. He arrived in India on the day of Holi, after that we spent some time together in the playground. The program of colour, culture and cricket is the best symbol of the spirit of friendship between India and Australia.

Prime Minister Narendra Modi further said that today we discussed in detail various aspects of mutual cooperation. In the field of defence, we have made remarkable agreements in the last few years, which also include logistics support for each other’s armies. There is also regular and useful exchange of information between our security agencies and we have discussed ways to further strengthen it. Today we also discussed mutual cooperation to develop a reliable and strong global supply chain. We are also working together in clean hydrogen and solar.

PM Modi said that both India and Australia are members of the Quad. I thank PM Albanese for inviting me to Australia for the Quad Leaders Summit in May. I have invited him to India for the G20 summit in September.

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On the attacks on temples in Australia, Prime Minister Narendra Modi said that for the last few weeks, news of attacks on temples in Australia is coming regularly. Such news worries all the people in India. I put this before PM Albanese and he told me that the safety of the Indian community is his priority.

Australian Prime Minister Anthony Albanese said during this time that today PM Modi and I have agreed to complete our ambitious Comprehensive Economic Cooperation Agreement as soon as possible. I am hopeful that we will be able to finalize it this year.

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