In the last leg of his three-nation tour, Prime Minister Narendra Modi reached Sydney, Australia on Monday. On reaching here, the people of the Indian community welcomed him with slogans of Vanakkam Modi, Namaste Modi and Bharat Mata ki Jai.
He told the Prime Minister, “We have high hopes from you.” During the two-day visit, PM Modi will hold talks with Australian Prime Minister Anthony Albanese and will also participate in a community program of Indians. Here he will address the Indian community.
‘PM Modi cares about the country’
Sarah Todd, the celebrity chef who met PM Modi in Sydney, said that Prime Minister Modi is such an incredible person. I feel very fortunate to have met him and I can see that he really cares for the country and the vision. The PM is an incredibly influential person and I think he has done an incredible job.
PM Narendra Modi interacted with Gina Rinehart, Executive Chairman, Hancock Prospecting, in Sydney today.
PM Modi is a very influential person – Paul Schröder
Paul Schroder, CEO of Australian Super, said: “We had a most impressive meeting, the PM is a very impressive man who understands business which is also very encouraging. The PM talked about his dreams for India and his ethics which was a really powerful message. He said – Australian Super invests in India and we have had a very good experience investing in India.
Investment discussion with the CEO of Australian Super
PM Modi met Paul Schroder, CEO of Australian Super, in Sydney today. The Ministry of External Affairs informed that PM Modi highlighted India’s credentials as one of the most preferred major economies for foreign investment in the world and invited Australian Super to partner with India.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi met Dr. Andrew Forrest, Executive Chairman, Fortescue Future Industries, in Sydney.
What did Dr. Andrew Forrest say
After meeting Prime Minister Narendra Modi in Sydney, Dr Andrew Forrest, Executive Chairman of Fortescue Future Industries, said that the fossil fuel sector has limited time and must be replaced by fuels that do not harm and do all they can. Who can gas. This is something on which the Prime Minister is clearly a global champion.
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