Prime Minister Narendra Modi visited Australia for a two-day visit and held a spectacular event in Sydney at the Qudos Bank Arena.
PM Modi received a Ceremonial Guard of Honour at Admiralty House in Sydney and had a bilateral meeting with Australian PM Anthony Albanese.
PM Modi also had talks with Governor General David Hurley of Australia, focusing on enhancing bilateral ties between the two countries.
During a joint statement with Anthony Albanese, PM Modi discussed the recent temple attacks in Australia and the activities of separatist elements.
Both leaders acknowledged and appreciated the significant role played by Australia's Indian diaspora communities in strengthening bilateral relations.
The leaders expressed their satisfaction with the decision of the City of Perth and the Western Australian Government to rename a road after Private Nain Singh Sailani.
PM Modi extended an invitation to Albanese and all Australian cricket fans to visit India for the upcoming Cricket World Cup, promising a grand Diwali celebration.
The discussions between PM Modi and PM Albanese focused on various aspects of the bilateral relationship, including cultural exchanges and cooperation in sports.