Australia’s PM Anthony Albanese said that PM Modi is the boss.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi is on a tour of Australia these days. During this, PM Modi’s picture appeared on the front page of Australian newspapers. Prime Minister Narendra Modi was also given a ceremonial Guard of Honor at the Admiralty House in Sydney.
Australian Prime Minister called PM Modi the boss
Earlier on Tuesday (May 23), PM Modi addressed 20,000 people of Indian origin. The Indian community warmly welcomed the PM. During this, PM Anthony Albanese of Australia praised PM Modi fiercely. He said that PM Modi is the boss, it is a privilege to welcome him. Anthony Albanese said, “I have met my friend the Prime Minister 6 times but there is nothing better than standing with him on the stage like this. It is a pleasure to welcome Prime Minister Modi here but I must say that the warmth and energy here tonight is second to none.”
The Australian Prime Minister further said, “When I was in India in March, it was a trip full of unforgettable moments, celebrating Holi in Gujarat, paying floral tributes to Mahatma Gandhi in Delhi. Everywhere I went, I felt a deep connection between the people of Australia and India. “Australia is a better place because of the contribution of the Indian-Australian community and we want to see better relations between our countries,” he said.
Prime Minister addressed people of Indian origin
Sydney’s Olympic Park echoed with ‘Modi-Modi’ on Tuesday. Harris Park, west of Sydney, was renamed ‘Little India’ during Modi’s presence in Australia. In fact, almost every other person in Harris Park is Indian or has some connection to India.
The relationship between India and Australia is defined by 3 E’s – Prime Minister Modi
Addressing the crowd of Indians at the Sydney Arena Stadium, PM Modi said, “Earlier it was said that India and Australia have 3C relations. These relations are Commonwealth, Cricket and Curry. After this it was said that India and Australia are defined by 3D. These three D’s are democracy, diaspora and friendship. After this it was said that the relationship between India and Australia is defined by 3 E’s. These E’s are energy, economy and education.
PM Modi further said, “The relations between the two countries have not strengthened just like that. The reason behind this is mutual trust and mutual respect. This trust and respect has not developed only because of diplomatic relations. The real reason for this is you, every single Indian living in Australia. The real reason for this is more than 25 million citizens of Australia.