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Modi Talks Temple Attacks, Khalistanis With Aus PM

| Updated: May 24, 2023 12:29

On Wednesday, Prime Minister Narendra Modi discussed India’s worries on recent attacks on temples in Australia as well as the activities of pro-Khalistani forces in that nation with his Australian counterpart Anthony Albanese. 

The Australia-India Migration and Mobility Partnership Arrangement, which aims to promote two-way mobility of students, academic researchers, and business personnel, was finalised, the two prime leaders stated after their extensive discussions.

Modi and Albanese also reaffirmed their desire for the ambitious Comprehensive Economic Cooperation Agreement (CECA), which is anticipated to considerably increase bilateral trade ties, to be concluded as soon as possible.

The two leaders applauded progress made in creating an Australia-India task force on green hydrogen. During the discussions, the task force’s terms of reference were agreed upon.

Following the discussions, Albanese also revealed plans to open a new Australian Consulate-General in Bengaluru, whose main purpose will be to link Australian companies with India’s burgeoning digital economy and innovation environment.

Modi stressed the importance of India-Australian collaboration in his media statement, saying it is essential for regional peace, stability, and global wellbeing.

“Prime Minister Albanese and I have already spoken about the problem of attacks on temples in Australia and separatist elements’ activities. We also talked about that today,” Modi remarked.

In Albanese’s presence, he declared, “It is not acceptable to us that anyone hurt the friendly and cordial ties between India and Australia by their actions or ideology.”

Albanese was commended by Modi for taking action against individuals responsible for such occurrences.

“Prime Minister Albanese reassured me once more today that he will take strict actions against such elements in the future also,” Modi said.

Modi claimed that the regularity of his meetings with his Australian counterpart demonstrated the strength of the ties between the two countries.

“In the past 12 months, we have met six times. This is a reflection of the maturity and breadth of our relationships. Our relationships have switched to T20 mode, to use cricket terminology,” Modi added.

According to Modi, the two parties also had fruitful conversations about how to strategically collaborate in the mining and key minerals industries.

The prime minister referred to Australia’s thriving Indian community as a “living bridge” connecting the two nations.

The commitment of the two prime ministers to an open, prosperous, and safe Indo-Pacific was also reaffirmed.

In his remarks, Albanese stated that “Prime Minister Modi’s visit to Australia has strengthened the close and strong relationship that Australia enjoys with India.”

“We must invest in this relationship. According to him, Australia will benefit from its strong cooperation with India in terms of trade, business, investment, and regional security and stability.

The Australian prime minister also discussed the swift improvement in relations between the two nations.

“I have met with Prime Minister Modi six times in my first year as Prime Minister, which underlines the value we place on deepening relations between our nations,” he said.

The Indian-Australian community has made Australia a better place, and he declared, “We want to see more connections between our countries.”

The new Centre for Australia-India Relations would have its main office in Parramatta, according to an announcement made by Albanese and Australian Foreign Minister Penny Wong.

Through corporate, policy, and cultural initiatives as well as collaboration with Indian diaspora communities, the Centre, which started operating this month, will promote stronger engagement with India.

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