new Delhi. Prime Minister Narendra Modi has expressed concern over the worldwide political turmoil at the time of Kovid-19 global epidemic, saying that the values of global welfare, democracy, rule of law, freedom, mutual respect, respect of international institutions and transparency, etc. are different today Challenges are being faced in the form of challenges, which will have to work together with the same values, common interests, common geography and similar objectives.
PM Modi expressed the views at the first virtual bilateral summit meeting with Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison. PM Modi began his address with a heartfelt condolences to all the people and families affected by Kovid-19 in Australia from India.
The Prime Minister said that India-Australia relations are deep as they expand. And this depth comes from our common values, common interests, common geography and common objectives. In the last few years, our cooperation and synergy has gained momentum. He said, “It is a privilege that one end of the reins of our relationship is in the hands of a strong and visionary leader like you. I believe that this is an appropriate time, an opportune moment to further strengthen the relationship between India and Australia. We have immense possibilities to make our friendship stronger. “
He said that these possibilities also bring challenges with themselves. How to convert this capability into reality so that the contacts between the citizens of the two countries, business, academia, researchers etc. will be strengthened. How our relations become a stabilizing factor for our region and for the world, how we work together for global welfare, all these aspects need to be considered.
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