PM Modi Latest Updates: Modi invites Albanese to India for Cricket WC 2023
PM Modi Latest Updates: Modi invites Albanese to India for Cricket WC 2023

NEW DELHI: Prime Minister Narendra Modi, today  MAY 25, held a formal discussion with his Australian Prime Minster Anthony Albanese in Sydney. The meeting was also attended by India's External Affairs Minister Dr. S Jaishankar and National Security Advisor (NSA) Ajit Doval.

The leaders talked over wide-ranging topics such as renewable energy, defense, strategic partnership, and trade, among others. 

Notably, PM Modi is in Australia for the first time since 2014. India is Australia's 6th largest trading partner, while nearly  7,50,000 people in Australia claim Indian ancestry.

PM Narendra Modi tweeted on Wednesday about his conversations with Anthony Albanese, the prime minister of Australia. "In today's discussions, the emphasis was on industries like mining, essential minerals, renewable energy, trade, business ties, and more. The deal on migration and mobility that was signed today will benefit our populace. We also had the chance to talk about international concerns, such as India's involvement in the G-20 presidency, PM Modi remarked.

All Australian cricket fans as well as Prime Minister Anthony Albanese of Australia have been invited to India for the 2023 Cricket World Cup. From June 18 to July 9, 2023, ten teams will compete in the ICC Men's Cricket World Cup Qualifier.

We are firmly in T-20 mode, Prime Minister Modi to Australia. Anthony Albanese to Narendra Modi.  The sixth time in a year, Prime Minister Anthony Albanese of Australia and India's Prime Minister Narendra Modi met in Australia. The regular contacts between the two leaders are evidence of "India-Australia friendship." In cricket jargon, he continued, "We are firmly in T-20 mode!", PM Modi said.

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