India-Australia 2+2 Ministerial dialogue: Jaishankar and Wong strengthen strategic partnership.
Read about the dynamic 2+2 Ministerial Dialogue between Indian Foreign Minister Jaishankar and Australian counterpart Penny Wong.
Explore the discussions on deepening the strategic partnership, cultural ties, and the significant impact on the Indo-Pacific region.
India-Australia 2+2 Ministerial dialogue: Foreign Minister Jaishankar met his Australian counterpart, Penny Wong, and expressed happiness by tweeting.
On Tuesday morning, External Affairs Minister S Jaishankar met Australian Foreign Minister Wong Yin-hyun in Delhi to participate in the Foreign Ministers’ Dialogue.
The two leaders will discuss the deepening of the strategic partnership.
Jaishankar posted on ‘X’ (formerly Twitter), ‘Delighted to welcome Australian Foreign Minister Penny Wong to Hyderabad House this morning.
The Framework consultations between foreign ministers will advance our strategic partnership.
Bilateral relations between India and Australia grew rapidly.
During the meeting, Jaishankar said that bilateral relations between India and Australia have developed rapidly and have a significant impact on the region.
He described the partnership between India and Australia in the Quad as “very beneficial” for bilateral relations and the Indo-Pacific region.
Wong praised India.
Meanwhile, Wong participated in exhibitions of Australian First Nations artists at the Australian High Commission and praised the cultures of the two countries,
He said “We really want to bring together the relationship between Aboriginal culture and Indian culture. ”
We previously talked about the Gondwana Art Project, the Indian Gond art of central India.
This is not just history.
It’s about the future, and I’m very happy to announce an important agreement between India and Australia, an audio co-production agreement that will encourage cooperation and the exchange of ideas.
India is the film powerhouse of the world.
Huang also said that India is the film powerhouse of the world. So it’s exciting to think what we can create together, Bollywood in Brisbane, Melbourne in Mumbai, or somewhere else like that.
Earlier on Monday, India-Australia 2+2 ministerial talks were held in which External Affairs Minister Jaishankar and Defense Minister Rajnath Singh participated along with their Australian counterparts.
In his opening remarks, Wong said Canberra deeply values its bilateral relations with New Delhi, adding that it is “important for the region” where sovereignty is respected.