PM Modi holds virtual summit with Australian counterpart Scott Morrison
The first virtual conference was held on Thursday between Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison
New Delhi: The first virtual conference was held on Thursday between Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison. PM Modi, while emphasizing the need to further strengthen the relationship between India and Australia, said that the world needs to work together to quickly get out of the corona epidemic. He said that when values like democracy, rule of law, respect for international institutions and transparency are being challenged, India and Australia have to strengthen them together.
PM said that this is the right time to strengthen friendship and that relations between India and Australia have deepened as they expanded. This depth comes from our shared values, shared interests, shared geography and common goals. Our cooperation has gained a lot of momentum in the last few years. It is fortunate that the visionary leader like you is in the hands of our relations. The best time to strengthen relations between India and Australia. We have limitless possibilities. These possibilities also bring challenges. How to convert these challenges to capacity so that links between citizens, business, academics and researchers of the two countries will become stronger. How our relations become a factor of stability for our region and the world. How we work for global goods requires consideration.