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Modi tweets about talks with Australian PM Scott Morrison

Scott John Morrison is an Australian politician who is the 30th and current Prime Minister of Australia. He took office in August 2018 upon his election as leader of the Liberal Party and subsequently led the Coalition to victory at the 2019 federal election.

On February 18th. Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Twitter acknowledged his ongoing talks with Australian Prime Minister Narendra Modi regarding India and Australia’s Comprehensive Strategic Partnership.

What exactly is the Comprehensive Strategic Partnership?

According to the Australian Governments Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade website, the Prime Ministers of both countries jointly participated in an India-Australia Leaders’ Virtual Summit on 04 June 2020.

This partnership was finalised after a meeting between the two which talked about the progress in the relationship across many fields, as well as the importance of a globally coordinated response to COVID-19 and working to build a prosperous, open and stable post-COVID-19 world. Affirming their commitment to strengthening India-Australia ties for the long term, they committed to elevate the bilateral Strategic Partnership concluded in 2009 to a Comprehensive Strategic Partnership (CSP).

The CSP is based on mutual understanding, trust, common interests and the shared values of democracy and rule of law. It reflects India and Australia’s strong commitment to practical global cooperation to address major challenges like COVID-19. It is in line with India’s increasing engagement in the Indo-Pacific region through her Indo-Pacific vision and Australia’s Indo-Pacific approach and its Pacific Step-Up for the South Pacific.

Both countries share the vision of an open, free, rules-based Indo-Pacific region supported by inclusive global and regional institutions that promote prosperous, stable and sovereign states on the basis of shared interests. Under the CSP, both countries decided to work together in the areas of mutual cooperation as per the following:


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