Albanian: Australian Prime Minister Anthony Albanese arrives in Ahmedabad | News from India

AHMEDABAD: Australian Prime Minister Anthony Albanese arrived in Ahmedabad on Wednesday on a state visit to India.
The Australian Prime Minister, on an official visit to India from 8 to 11 March, was welcomed by the Prime Minister of Gujarat Bhupendra Patel.
The Australian Prime Minister tweeted on his arrival in India: “An incredible welcome to Ahmedabad, India. The start of an important journey for Australia-India relations.”
Ahead of Albanese’s arrival in India, Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Wednesday said India was eagerly awaiting the arrival of the Australian prime minister. PM Ways he said he looks forward to productive discussions to promote bilateral relations between India and Australia.
“India eagerly awaits your arrival! Looking forward to productive deliberations to foster friendship between India and Australia. @AlboMP,” Prime Minister Modi tweeted on Wednesday.
Taking to Twitter, Albanian He said this trip demonstrates a commitment to deepen ties between the two countries and to be a force for stability and growth in our region.
Albanese tweeted on Wednesday: “Today I am taking a delegation of ministers and businessmen to India. Australia and India have a rich friendship, underpinned by our common interests, our shared democratic values, the bonds between our people and a affection fierce sporting rivalry”.
“At the kind invitation of Prime Minister @narendramodi, we will visit Ahmedabad, Mumbai and New Delhi. Trade with India offers Australian businesses and workers tremendous growth opportunities,” he added.
According to an official release, the first India-Australia in person Annual summit it will take place during the visit of Albanese.
At the annual summit, leaders take stock of progress on various initiatives under the India-Australia Comprehensive Strategic Partnership.
The summit sets the stage for new initiatives and increased cooperation across a range of sectors between India and Australia. The summit was held virtually for the first time on June 4, 2020, the release said.
The visit comes after a series of high-level engagements and an exchange of ministerial visits between the two sides in 2022 and 2023. The last visit by an Australian prime minister (Malcolm Turnbull) to India was in 2017.


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