India’s Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Australia’s Prime Minister Anthony Albanese will watch live India and Australia encounter in the 4th test match at the 2023 Border Gavaskar Trophy.
After various media reports speculated that both top ministers could travel to Ahmedabad to watch the fourth test, the iconic Narendra Modi Stadium was confirmed on Friday. This is the first time Prime Minister Modi has watched a match at the stadium that bears his name. The series finale will be an exciting affair as India battle for victory to seal a 3-1 series win. Read More: Chennai Rhinos vs Karnataka Bulldozers 10th Match Celebrity Cricket League 2023
India suffered with 9 wickets. The series finale will be an exciting affair as India battle for victory to seal a 3-1 series win. India suffered a 9-wicket loss in the third Test at Indore. Rohit Sharma and co. are also hoping to qualify for the finals of the ICC World Test Championship by winning the Ahmedabad Test. The presence of Prime Minister
Australian Prime Minister Anthony Albanese visits Indian Foreign Minister
S Jaishankar visited Australia last week. Apparently to prepare for the Australian Prime Minister’s visit to India. The official announcement of the visit is yet to declare.
However, Albanese mentioned his visit to India in a tweet after meeting Jaishankar on Saturday. “It was wonderful meeting @Dr S Jaishankar this morning ahead of my trip to India next month. We discussed our strategic partnership, economic opportunities, and human relationships that enrich our nations,” he tweeted.
People said that expanding cooperation in the Indo-Pacific in the context of China’s growing military presence in the region is likely to be the subject of talks during the Australian Prime Minister’s visit to India. They said that promoting trade, investment, and critical minerals will be high on the agenda of PM Modi-Albanese talks.
Relations between India and Australia have improved in recent years. The India-Australia Economic Cooperation and Trade Agreement (ECTA) came into force in December and is expected to allow for a significant expansion in bilateral trade.