Prime Minister Narendra Modi Australian Prime Minister Anthony Albanese on Friday (Australian Prime Minister Anthony Albanese) Recently raised the issue of attacks on temples in Australia. Prime Minister Narendra Modi Anthony Albanese Addressing reporters after talks with, said that news of attacks on temples in Australia is coming regularly. Naturally, such news worries all the people in India and distresses our hearts. Prime Minister Albanese conveyed these feelings and concerns. He has assured me that the safety of the Indian community is a special priority for him.
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The Indian Prime Minister said that the teams of both the countries will be in regular contact on this subject and will cooperate as much as possible. Discussed ways to enhance maritime security and mutual security in the Indo-Pacific region with Australian counterpart. We discussed mutual cooperation to develop reliable and robust global supply chains.
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Prime Minister Modi also said that both sides are working on a comprehensive economic agreement. In the field of defence, we have made remarkable agreements in the last few years, including logistical support for each other’s armies.
Australian Prime Minister Anthony Albanese said during this time that today PM Modi and I have agreed to complete our ambitious Comprehensive Economic Cooperation Agreement as soon as possible. I am hopeful that we will be able to finalize it this year. We also discussed the Malabar exercise which Australia is hosting this year.
The Australian Prime Minister reached Delhi on Thursday evening after concluding his programs in Ahmedabad and Mumbai. (with language input)