PM Modi & Albanese Joint Statement: In the joint statement issued by Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Prime Minister of Australia Anthony Albanese, it is said that on the invitation of Prime Minister Narendra Modi, Prime Minister of Australia Albanese visited India from March 8 to 11. visited The Prime Minister expressed deep concern over the deteriorating situation in Myanmar and called for an immediate end to the violence.
The Prime Minister also condemned North Korea’s continued erratic ballistic missile launches. He said, such launches violate the resolutions of the United Nations Security Council. Both urged North Korea to comply with its obligations under the relevant UNSCRs and reaffirmed their commitment to the complete denuclearization of North Korea.
Action against Khalistani supporters
Also, Prime Minister Anthony Albanese also assured that his government will take all necessary steps to maintain peace and harmony in Australia. He discussed the tension created by pro-Khalistani organizations in Australia and called for action against it.
Candidacy for UNSC non-permanent seats
India and Australia reaffirmed support for each other’s candidacy for non-permanent seats in the United Nations Security Council (UNSC). India’s candidacy for the 2028-2029 period and Australia’s candidacy for the 2029-2030 period were fixed. The two Prime Ministers resolved to work together to contribute to the common fight against terrorism, including taking concrete actions against globally banned terrorist organizations and combating the financing of terrorism.
Concern over the humanitarian situation in Ukraine
Furthermore, the Prime Ministers expressed concern over the conflict and humanitarian situation in Ukraine. Both reiterated the need for an immediate cessation of hostilities and a peaceful resolution of the conflict. He reiterated that the conflict is causing enormous human suffering, exacerbating existing vulnerabilities in the global economic system.
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