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India to discuss ties with Australia in the first virtual summit

PM Narendra Modi will hold the India-Australia virtual summit with Australian PM Scott Morrison on June 4 in a bid to strengthen bilateral ties. It's the first virtual bilateral summit India is holding with any country. The two leaders last spoke on April 6 where they had discussed Covid-19, including facilitation and support for citizens stranded in each otherÔÇÖs country.

Thu, 04 Jun 2020 - 11:11 AM / by Harsh V Singh

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