Forward of the Quad Leaders’ Summit, Prime Minister Narendra Modi met his Australian counterpart Scott Morrison in Washington on Thursday.
Each leaders have met quite a few instances on the sidelines of varied worldwide conferences. Earlier, PM Morrison had additionally known as PM Modi to temporary him concerning the plan to go forward with the Australia, UK and US (AUKUS) alliance.
Advancing friendship with Australia.
PM @ScottMorrisonMP held talks with PM @narendramodi. They mentioned a variety of topics aimed toward deepening financial and people-to-people linkages between India and Australia. pic.twitter.com/zTcB00Kb6q
— PMO India (@PMOIndia) September 23, 2021
On September 15, each leaders additionally had a telephonic dialog, through which the 2 leaders reviewed the fast progress in India-Australia Complete Strategic Partnership, together with by way of the current 2 2 Dialogue.
Earlier right this moment, PM Modi met 5 world CEOs for potential funding in India. Prime Minister held talks with Qualcomm CEO Cristiano R Amon and mentioned a number of points together with electronics, and measures to strengthen the innovation ecosystem.
Prime Minister additionally met with Normal Atomics CEO Vivek Lall and mentioned advancing defence manufacturing and the usage of rising applied sciences. He additionally met with Adobe chairman Shantanu Narayen.
These talks have been a part of sequence of conferences that Prime Minister Modi undertook with choose heads of corporates which have the potential to speculate considerably in India.
Earlier on Wednesday, Prime Minister Modi arrived in Washington for his much-touted US go to.
Biden will host PM Modi on the White Home on September 24. That is going to be the primary in-person assembly between the 2 leaders after Biden took over because the US President on January 20.
Biden will host the first-ever in-person Quad Leaders’ Summit, which shall be joined by Prime Minister Narendra Modi, Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison and Japanese Prime Minister Yoshihide Suga.
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