PM Narendra Modi and Australian Prime Minister Anthony Albanese signed MoUs between the two countries in Sydney.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi, who arrived in Australia, held a bilateral meeting with Australian Prime Minister Anthony Albanese on Wednesday (May 24). During this, many issues including trade, defense, technology were discussed. Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Anthony Albanese issued a joint statement after the talks. At the same time, Prime Minister Narendra Modi was also given a ceremonial Guard of Honor at Sydney’s Admiralty House. What PM Modi said after talks with Australian Prime Minister, let’s know the main points of his speech.
- PM Modi said that regarding the attacks on temples in Australia and the activities of separatist elements, we had talked before and have talked even today. It is not acceptable to any element to hurt the cordial relations between India and Australia through their thoughts or actions.
- Prime Minister Narendra Modi said in Australia that in the language of cricket, the relations between us and Australia have come in T-20 mode. The Indian community in Australia is the living bridge between the two countries. In talks with Prime Minister Anthony Albanese today, we talked about taking our Comprehensive Strategic Partnership to new heights over the next decade. Discussed in detail the possibilities of mutual cooperation in new areas.
- In Australia, PM Modi said that the perspective of India-Australia relations is not limited to only two countries. It is also associated with regional stability, peace and world welfare. We also discussed the Indo-Pacific with Prime Minister Anthony Albanese at the Quad Summit. India-Australia cooperation can also be beneficial in the progress of the Global South.
- The Prime Minister said today there was a positive discussion on taking forward our strategic cooperation with regard to mining and critical minerals. Identified concrete areas for cooperation in renewable energy. Decided to set up a task force on Green Hydrogen. Yesterday I had a fruitful conversation with Australian CEO’s about investing in various sectors.
- In a joint press conference with Australian PM Anthony Albanese, PM Modi said, “I invite PM Anthony Albanese and all Australian cricket fans to visit India for the Cricket World Cup this year. At that time you will also see grand Diwali in India.