What Australian PM said on 'Modi hug'
Thursday, 4 June 2020
Addressing the first India-Australia bilateral virtual summit, Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison said that if he would have been travel to India for the summit he would not have missed out on the famed 'Modi hug'. "I wish I could be there (in India) for what has become the famous Modi hug and I would have shared my samosas with you....we had a bit of fun with that on social media," remarked the Australian Prime Minister in his opening remarks to the Summit.
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