Leaders of many countries have come to Delhi to participate in the G-20 summit to be chaired by India. Meanwhile, Australian Prime Minister Anthony Albanese on Saturday termed the G-20 summit organized by Prime Minister Narendra Modi a success. Also said that there was a good bilateral discussion between the two. He mentioned this in a post on social media. He also took a selfie with PM Modi.
Had a good bilateral discussion
Australian Prime Minister Albanese wrote on Twitter that following a successful G-20 meeting hosted by Prime Minister Narendra Modi in New Delhi today, there was a good bilateral discussion about the conclusion of the Comprehensive Economic Cooperation Agreement (CECA) between Australia and India.
PM Modi went to Australia in May
Let us tell you, Anthony Albanese had reached New Delhi on Friday to participate in the G-20 summit. Earlier, in May, Prime Minister Narendra Modi was on a three-nation tour, when he also visited Australia.
Strong relations between the two countries
The Australian PM said that PM Modi's visit to Australia has strengthened the relations between the two countries. Anthony Albanese said that this is a relationship in which we need to invest. Our strong partnership with India will benefit Australia in trade, investment and business, and regional security and stability.
Anthony Albanese has met PM Modi six times
Furthermore, he underlined the importance he gives to India, saying that he has met PM Modi six times. He also said that Australia is a better place because of the contributions of the Indian-Australian community and he would like to see more good relations between the two countries. Meanwhile, on Twitter, Anthony Albanese said that Australia and India are working together to promote renewable energy in both our countries.