PM Modi raised the issue of attack on Hindu temples in front of Australian PM
Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Australian Prime Minister Anthony Albanese had a long conversation at Hyderabad House. During this, the heads of both the countries expressed mutual consent on many issues. During the meeting, the Prime Minister also raised the issue of attacks on Hindu temples in Australia. While addressing the media, PM Modi himself informed about this. He said, ‘There are continuous reports of attacks on temples in Australia. It certainly worried people in India. I discussed this with Prime Minister Albanese. He has assured me that the safety of Indians is of paramount importance to his government. Indians living in Australia will be given complete security.
What else did PM Modi say?
Addressing the media, PM Modi said, ‘Security cooperation is an important pillar of our strategy. We will increase mutual cooperation in the Indo Pacific region. It has been discussed. In the field of defence, we have made remarkable agreements in the last few years.
- Today we also discussed mutual cooperation to develop reliable and robust global supply chains. We are also working together in clean hydrogen and solar.
- In the field of defence, we have signed significant agreements in the last few years, including on 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 strengthen it further.
- The armies of both the countries exchanged logistic services. A new scheme has been started to increase contact and relationship among young soldiers. We have talked about strengthening reliable and robust supply chains.
Agreements between the two countries on many issues
Agreements were also signed between the two countries on many issues including education, energy, defence, trade.
India and Australia are good friends
Australian Prime Minister Anthony Albanese is on a four-day visit to India. Today he reached Rashtrapati Bhavan. Here he was given a guard of honour. After this, talking to journalists, Albanese praised India fiercely. He said that Prime Minister Modi welcomed me very well. Australia and India are good friends and also partners. We are strengthening our relationship everyday. After this PM Albanese Indian Foreign Minister S. Also met Jaishankar.
Foreign Minister S. Australian PM met Jaishankar
After a ceremonial reception at Rashtrapati Bhavan, Australian Prime Minister Anthony Albanese met Indian Foreign Minister S.K. Met Jaishankar. During this, both discussed the main aspects related to India and Australia. Jaishankar gave this information on tweet. He wrote, ‘It was a pleasure meeting the Prime Minister of Australia, Anthony Albanese this morning. His visit and today’s annual summit will take our relations to a higher level.
Australian PM went on INS Vikrant
Earlier on Thursday, Albanese also boarded India’s first indigenous aircraft carrier INS Vikrant in Mumbai. During this, the Indian Navy gave him a guard of honour. Not only this, he also sat in the cockpit of the Light Combat Aircraft (LCA) on INS Vikrant. Indian Navy officials shared details and information about India’s largest aircraft carrier with Albanese. Please tell that Albanese is the first foreign Prime Minister to visit INS Vikrant.
India top security partner for Australia
The Australian PM also visited INS Vikrant on Thursday. After this, the Prime Minister of Australia said that I am honored to come on the newly commissioned, Indian designed and built in India INS Vikrant at the invitation of PM Modi. My visit reflects my Government’s commitment to placing India at the heart of Australia’s vision of the Indo-Pacific and beyond. The Australian PM said that we both depend on free and open access to sea lanes in the Indo-Pacific for our trade and economic well-being. We share an unwavering commitment to upholding the rules-based international order and ensuring an open, inclusive and prosperous Indo-Pacific.
Said this about PM Modi
It gives me great pleasure to meet the brilliant and highly professional men and women of the Indian Navy, he added. It takes defense ties to new levels. It is the resolve and foresight of those who see the relationship not only for what it is, but also for what it could be. One such person is my friend, Prime Minister Modi. Speaking further, he thanked PM Modi for his dedication to taking forward the defense and security partnership.