PM Modi may come to watch India-Australia match: Australian PM may attend stadium in Ahmedabad on March 9 with Anthony Albanese

Australian PM Anthony Albanese will visit India next week. Meanwhile, India's PM Narendra Modi can also be present at the stadium along with Australia's PM to watch the Test match between India and Australia to be played in Ahmedabad on March 9.

The Ministry of External Affairs said that the Prime Minister of Australia will come to Ahmedabad on March 8 and after this, the PMs of both countries may watch the fourth Test match of the series between India and Australia. After this, on the same day, Albanese will go to Mumbai and from there to Delhi, where then Prime Minister Modi and the Prime Minister of Australia will hold an annual summit, in which cooperation can be discussed under the strategic partnership of both countries.

PM Modi can visit there for the first time after the stadium named after him

If PM Modi and PM of Australia can come to watch the Test match between India and Australia to be played in Ahmedabad in the stadium. PM Modi will be present at the stadium for the first time since the stadium was named after him. Then, as the Prime Minister of these two countries is likely to be present in the last Test match of the series, fans are getting excited.

Australian PM Anthony Albanese's visit to India

External Affairs Minister of India S. Jaishankar traveled to Australia last week. It is being reported that he went to talk about the Australian PM's visit to India. However, no official statement has been released regarding this yet. However, this can only be surmised, as Albanese tweeted, "I'm on a tour of India next week. We will discuss our strategic partnership, economic opportunities and people-to-people ties that enrich our nations.'

One can talk about China's growing military and the Indo-Pacific

China's growing military muscle-flexing in the region and cooperation in the Indo-Pacific are likely to be discussed during the Australian prime minister's visit to India, the people said. It is believed that promoting trade, investment and complex minerals will be high on the agenda of talks between Prime Minister Modi and the Albanians. Relations between India and Australia have been improving over the past few years. The India-Australia Economic Cooperation and Trade Agreement (ECTA) came into force in December and is expected to facilitate a significant expansion of two-way trade.

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