Australian Prime Minister Anthony Albanese on Sunday said that India and Australia have forged a deeper connection in education, culture, defence and trade.
On this occasion, the Australian Prime Minister witnessed some state-of-the-art technologies being developed by the IIT Delhi scientists.
Foreign Secretary Vinay Kwatra said the Indian side also conveyed to the Australian side its concern over the activities of 'pro-Khalistan' elements in Australia.
"This Indian community is contributing a lot to the society and economy of Australia," PM said during India-Australia: Exchange of Agreements.
Addressing the India-Australia CEO forum in Mumbai, Anthony Albanese expressed optimism about the complementarities between the two nations.
In a joyful interview with Nova 937 radio, Australian Prime Minister Anthony Albanese said that as many as 25 business heads would accompany him to India as the country is a massive market.
On his second day of the visit, Albanese, along with PM Modi will watch day 1 of the final test match of the Border-Gavaskar Trophy in Ahmedabad
He will be accompanied by Australian Minister for Trade and Tourism Don, Minister for Resources and Northern Australia Madeleine King and senior officials and business leaders.
Australia has recorded almost 4,000 cases of COVID-19, with the number of deaths rising to 16 on Sunday.