PM Narendra Modi is on Australia tour. Today i.e. Wednesday is the last day of this tour. Meanwhile, PM Modi has a bilateral meeting with Australian PM Anthony Albanese. Foreign Minister S Jaishankar and National Security Advisor Ajit Doval were also present in this meeting. Many issues were discussed in this meeting. PM Modi has also invited Anthony Albanese for the Cricket World Cup. Along with this, the PM has also raised the issue of attacks on temples in Australia.
India-Australia ties in T20 mode
According to media reports, after the signing of AMU, PM Modi said that speaking in the language of cricket, our and Australia’s relations have come into T20 mode. The Indian community living here is acting as a bridge between the two countries. PM Modi said that today we have talked to the Australian PM about taking our Comprehensive Strategic Partnership to new heights in the next decade. Along with this, the possibilities of mutual cooperation in new areas have been discussed in detail.
PM Modi mentioned the attack on temples
PM Modi has also raised the issue of attacks on temples in this conversation. The PM said that we have raised our voice earlier also regarding the attack on temples in Australia and have discussed it in detail even today. Such elements have no right to spoil the relations between India and Australia. I thank PM Anthony Albanese for the steps taken in this regard. PM Albanese has assured that strict action will be taken against such people in future.
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