India committed to better ties with Australia: Modi

Prime minister Narendra Modi holds the first virtual summit with his counterpart Australian prime minister Scott Morrison.

Prime minister Narendra Modi while talking to Australian PM Scott Morrison in a virtual interaction said that this is the perfect time to build strong ties between both the countries.

“Both the countries have shared interests and geography, our role is to protect mutual research,” said PM Narendra Modi.

PM Narendra Modi thanked Australian PM Scott Morrison for taking care of Indian students there. PM Narendra Modi Invited the Australian PM Scott Morrison to visit India after COVID 19 situation improves. The Australian PM Scott Morrison grieved condolences to those affected by AMPHAN. Morrison said that India played a very positive role during the crisis.

Morrison, during the virtual interaction, told prime minister Modi that: “he would not have missed out on the famed ‘Modi hug’ if he would have been able to travel to India. “I wish I could be there for what has become the famous ‘Modi hug’ and share my samosas. Next time, it will have to be the Gujarati Khichdi. I will try that in the kitchen before next time we meet in person.”

“The relationship between both countries should be broader and deeper as India will have a big role in the Indo-pacific region. He talked about regional stability. There are many common things between both the countries and the country will continue to build strategic trust,” further added Australian prime minister.

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