PM Modi In Sydney, To Hold Talks With Australian PM, Attend Indian Diaspora Event

Sydney: Prime Minister Narendra Modi arrived in Sydney on Monday for a three-day visit. The visit to Australia is part of his three-nation tour. The PM had attended the G7 summit in Hiroshima, Japan, and then went to the island country of Papua New Guinea before visiting Australia.

“I landed in Sydney to a warm welcome by the Indian community. Looking forward to various programmes over the next two days,” tweeted Prime Minister Modi.

“Prime Minister Narendra Modi will hold a bilateral meeting with Australian PM Anthony Albanese, and the PM will meet Governor General David Hurley. PM Modi will also meet with leading CEOs and address the Indian community here. Australian PM Anthony Albanese will also host a dinner for PM Modi,” said Foreign Secretary Vinay Kwatra.

Before arriving in Sydney, PM Modi made a historic visit to Papua New Guinea, becoming the first ever Indian prime minister to visit the country. Modi was given a ceremonial welcome by James Marape, PM of Papua New Guinea.

The Prime Minister had also made a crucial visit to Hiroshima, Japan, where he attended the G7 summit and engaged in a Quad meeting. This will be PM Modi’s final leg of the three-nation tour before returning home.

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