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Narendra Modi, Scott Morrison discuss COVID-19 issue

Narendra Modi, Scott Morrison discuss COVID-19 issue

India Blooms News Service | @indiablooms | 06 Apr 2020, 04:47 pm

New Delhi/IBNS: Indian PM Narendra Modi on Monday discussed the issue of COVID-19 crisis with his Australian counterpart  Scott Morrison during their telephonic conversation, officials said.

The two leaders discussed the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, and the domestic response strategies being adopted by their respective Governments, read a statement issued by the PMO. 

They agreed on the importance of bilateral experience-sharing in the context of this health crisis, including through collaborative research efforts.

Prime Minister Modi conveyed that Government of India stands ready to provide necessary facilitation and support to any Australian citizens stranded in India due to travel restrictions. 

Prime Minister Morrison similarly assured that the Indian community in Australia, including Indian students, would continue to be valued as a vibrant part of Australian society.

Both leaders agreed to remain attentive to the wider significance of the India-Australia partnership, including in the Indo-Pacific region, even as they focus on solving the present health crisis, read the statement.

Narendra Modi, Scott Morrison discuss COVID-19 issue

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