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Wednesday, November 14, 2018

East Asia Summit 2018: PM Narendra Modi meets Australian partner Scott Morrison in Singapore



PM Narendra Modi and his Australian partner Scott Morrison held talks Wednesday and examined approaches to additionally develop the respective ties, incorporating into territories of exchange, resistance and security. 


The two pioneers met on the sidelines of the East Asia Summit in Singapore, Ministry of External Affairs representative Raveesh Kumar said. Head administrator Narendra Modi and his Australian partner Scott Morrison held talks Wednesday and examined approaches to additionally develop the reciprocal ties, incorporating into territories of exchange, guard and security. The two pioneers met on the sidelines of the East Asia Summit here, Ministry of External Affairs representative Raveesh Kumar said. 

"PM Narendra Modi met with PM of Australia Scott Morrison on the edges of East Asia Summit in Singapore. The two pioneers had a decent exchange on extending ties in exchange and venture, barrier and security and different regions of reciprocal collaboration," Kumar said. A productive gathering between Prime Ministers Narendra Modi and Scott Morrison in Singapore prior today," the Prime Minister's Office said in a tweet. Modi started his two-day visit to Singapore Wednesday by conveying his keynote address at the esteemed Fintech Festival.
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He turned into the main head of government to address the world's biggest occasion on money related innovation. executive additionally held two-sided gatherings with worldwide pioneers, including US Vice President Pence and Singapore chief Lee Hsein Loong. 

Amid his visit, Modi will go to the East Asia Summit, an ASEAN-India casual meet, the Regional Comprehensive Economic Partnership summit. Prior to leaving for Singapore, Modi said in New Delhi that his support in the ASEAN-India and East Asia summits symbolized India's "proceeded with duty" to reinforce its commitment with ASEAN individuals and with the more extensive Indo-Pacific area. 

Modi likewise said he was sure that his visit to Singapore would grant crisp energy to New Delhi's developing association with ASEAN and East Asia Summit countries. The Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN) is a local intergovernmental association involving ten Southeast Asian nations, which advances intergovernmental participation and encourages financial, political, security, military, instructive, and sociocultural mix among its individuals and other Asian states.

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