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PM Modi raises the issue of attack on temples in bilateral talks with Australian PM

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New Delhi, May 24 (HS): Bilateral talks were held between Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Australian Prime Minister Anthony Albanese on Wednesday. During this, the Prime Minister raised the issue of attacks on temples in Australia. Also invited the Prime Minister of Australia to the Cricket World Cup to be held in India.

Prime Minister Modi reached Australia on Monday, the last leg of his three-nation tour. Today, the Prime Minister was formally welcomed. He was given a ceremonial guard of honour at Admiralty House in Sydney. He then held a bilateral meeting with his Australian counterpart, Anthony Albanese.

After the meeting, both leaders issued a joint statement. Meanwhile, Prime Minister Modi and Anthony Albanese witnessed the exchange of MoUs between the two countries. In a joint statement, Prime Minister Modi said that earlier he had also raised the issue of attacks on temples in Australia. Elements that harm friendly and cordial relations between India and Australia through their actions or thoughts will not be tolerated. Albanese today once again assured them that he would take strict action against such elements in the future as well.

In the joint statement, Prime Minister Modi said that connectivity between the two countries has gained a lot of momentum. He said in the language of cricket that now it has started in T20 mode. He said that this is his sixth meeting with the Australian Prime Minister in the last year. Prime Minister Modi said that during the talks there was a constructive discussion on strategic cooperation in mining and important minerals. Both countries have decided to set up a task force on green hydrogen.

Prime Minister Modi invited the Prime Minister and the people of Australia to visit India for the Cricket World Cup to be held in India this year. He said that during this time he would get to see the Diwali festival in India. The Australian Prime Minister said that both countries reiterated their shared desire for an early conclusion of the India-Australia Comprehensive Economic Cooperation Agreement during the talks. Also, a new Australian Consulate General will be opened in Bengaluru. It will help connect Australian businesses to India’s rapidly growing digital and innovation ecosystem.

Note: This news has been generated from a syndicated feed and has not been written or edited by the Hubli Express staff.

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