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Modi And His Aussie Counterpart Could Watch India-Australia Test At Motera

| Updated: January 11, 2023 19:37

In March of this year, Australian Prime Minister Anthony Albanese will make an official trip to India. He is also expected to travel to Gujarat to attend the fourth test cricket match between India and Australia at the world’s largest cricket stadium, Narendra Modi Stadium.

The Australian PM will be leading a business delegation as the ‘India Australia Economic Cooperation and Trade Agreement’ signed last year, on 2nd April 2022 has come into force on 29th December 2022.

The Australian Prime Minister tweeted that, “At the invitation of Narendra Modi I will visit India in March with a business delegation committed to improving two-way trade between our two nations.”

Prime Minister Modi and PM Albanese will meet and discuss several bilateral and economic issues. The Australian PM’s visit coincides with the fourth test cricket match between India and Australia. 

Albanese reportedly stated that he would be in India with Narendra Modi, who invited us to the fourth test in Gujarat, at a new year’s reception held at Kirribilli House in his nation. The G20 Summit will most likely bring the Australian Prime Minister back to India later in the year.

The beginning of the year 2023 has been busy for both the Prime Minister’s Office and the Ministry of External Affairs. India is getting ready to host three heads of state in the first quarter of this year in addition to ongoing G20-related events.

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