Modi and his Australian counterpart Anthony Albanese announced a new migration deal that will promote two-way mobility of people from the academic community as well as those from business fields.
By: Shubham Ghosh
Indian prime minister Narendra Modi on Wednesday (24) concluded new agreements with his Australian counterpart Anthony Albanese in Sydney on issues such as migration and green hydrogen while taking up concerns about attacks on Hindu temples.
The two leaders announced a new migration deal that will promote two-way mobility of students, graduates, academic researchers as well as people from the field of business, AP reported.
They also agreed on the terms of reference on a bilateral Green Hydrogen Task Force that will work on promoting cooperation on producing the gas by avoiding the use of fossil fuel.
Modi and Albanese said they look forward to concluding negotiations on a free trade deal before the end of the year. They also announced the setting up of new diplomatic posts in Bengaluru, India, and Brisbane, Australia.