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Australia’s relationship with India grows stronger amid China trade war


Anthony Albanese joked and laughed as he met the Indian prime minister in a sign of strengthening ties between the two countries as tensions linger with China.  

The prime minister and Narrendra Modi appeared to be in high spirits as they met on the sidelines of the G20 summit on Wednesday.

Mr Albanese cracked a joke that Mr Modi was now ‘president and prime minister’ with India to host the G20 presidency next year. 

Their encounter was more relaxed than the polite handshake shared between Mr Albanese and Chinese president Xi Jinping on Tuesday.

The Prime Minister and Narrendra Modi appeared to be in high spirits as they met on the sidelines of the G20 summit on Wednesday

The Prime Minister and Narrendra Modi appeared to be in high spirits as they met on the sidelines of the G20 summit on Wednesday

Their encounter was visibly more relaxed than the polite handshake shared between Mr Albanese and Chinese president Xi Jinping on Tuesday

Their encounter was visibly more relaxed than the polite handshake shared between Mr Albanese and Chinese president Xi Jinping on Tuesday

Mr Albanese made it a point to mend the relationship and end years of tensions with their meeting marking the first time in six years leaders from both countries…



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