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Modi – Morrison Virtual Summit Ends With Samosa Diplomacy

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Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison Shared lighter moments during virtual summit with his Indian counterpart Narendra Modi on Thursday enjoyed hot samosas and delicious mango chutney. He then promised his Indian counterpart Narendra Modi that he would cook Gujarati khichdi in his kitchen before next meeting in person. The two leaders shared some light-hearted moments during the India-Australia first virtual summit held amid the Covid-19 epidemic.

Referring to the election campaign made by Modi using ‘hologram’ technology during the 2014 Lok Sabha elections, the Australian Prime Minister said, “It does not surprise me how we will continue to meet (virtually) under these circumstances.” You are among those who used hologram technology many years ago in their election campaign. Maybe next time we will have a hologram of yours here. “

In a tweet, while quoting Indian PM, the Australian counterpart wrote : “Delighted to meet again in the spirit of dosti (friendship) with my good friend PM Narendra Modi and to take our Australia-India partnership to a new level. mutual trust, shared values and common interests provides a strong foundation to working together even more closely.”


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