Post G7 Summit, today PM Modi will be in Australia for Pacific ocean bilateral discussion
Prior to PM Modi’s visit, Australia’s PM Anthony Albanese issued a statement expressing happiness over PM Modi’s visit. In the statement, Albanese said, ‘I am honored to receive PM Modi’s official visit to Australia. I am overwhelmed by the love I have received during my visit to India in March this year. Australia and India are dedicated to a stable, secure, and prosperous Indian Pacific Ocean. Together we can play an important role. As friends and allies, the two countries have never been closer. We are also excited about PM Modi’s meeting with the Indian community in Sydney.’
Before leaving for the Australia tour, PM Modi met the President of the Republic of Palau Surangel S. on the sidelines of the FIPIC conference in Papua New Guinea. Met Wipps Jr. PM Modi also tweeted about it.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi will reach Australia today. On Sunday, after attending the G-7 meeting in Japan, Prime Minister Modi reached Papua New Guinea, a country in the Indian Pacific Ocean, where he was warmly welcomed by the Prime Minister of Papua New Guinea.
From Papua New Guinea the Prime Minister will fly directly to Australia. Australian Prime Minister Anthony Albanese is very keen on Prime Minister Modi’s visit to Australia and has issued a statement expressing happiness over PM Modi’s visit to Australia.