PM Modi to hold 'bilateral virtual summit' with Australian PM
Wednesday, 3 June 2020
In a first, Prime Minister Narendra Modi will be holding a 'Bilateral Virtual Summit' with his Australian counterpart Scott Morrison on June 4, signifying the strengthening of ties with Australia and its upward trajectory. The Australian PM's visit to India was cancelled, dates for which had already been finalised, according to an official statement.
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