Sydney. Prime Minister Narendra Modi in talks with his Australian counterpart Anthony Albanese on Wednesday conveyed India’s concerns over the recent incidents of attacks on temples in Australia and activities of pro-Khalistan activists.
During the discussions the two Prime Ministers decided to focus on strengthening the Comprehensive Economic Cooperation Agreement (CECA), which is expected to give a boost to bilateral trade ties. Prime Minister Modi in his media address emphasized the importance of India-Australia cooperation Noting that it is important for regional peace, stability and global well-being.
Prime Minister Modi said, “Prime Minister Albanese and I have discussed the issue of attacks on temples in Australia and activities of separatist elements. We talked about it even today. “It is not acceptable to us that anyone, by their actions or ideology, should hurt the friendly and cordial relations between India and Australia,” he said. Thanked Albanese for taking action against them. Prime Minister Modi said, “Today Prime Minister Albanese once again assured me that he will take strong action against such elements in future also.”
Referring to his frequent meetings with his Australian counterpart, Prime Minister Modi said this reflects the depth of India-Australia relations. “This is our sixth meeting in the last one year. This reflects the depth of our wide-ranging ties and the maturity of our ties. Speaking in the language of cricket, our relations are in the T20 format. Also decided to focus. While Albanese said in his statement that Australia will open a new Consulate General in Bengaluru.
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