India and Australia will hold annual summits at the level of the Heads of Government, under the Comprehensive Strategic Partnership, Foreign Secretary Harsh Vardhan Shringla announced on Monday.
Addressing a special briefing after the conclusion of the India-Australia virtual summit, Shringla added that Australia would be the third country with which India will have an institutionalized annual summit.
“A significant outcome of the virtual summit was a decision to hold annual summits at the level of the Heads of Government, under the comprehensive strategic partnership. Australia would be the third country with which India will have an institutionalized annual summit,” said Foreign Secretary during a special briefing following the conclusion of the virtual summit between PM Modi and Morrison.
Shringla informed that a memorandum of understanding (MoU) was signed between Prasar Bharati and the Special Broadcasting Service of Australia.
“It would allow for the exchange of programs, expertise in this sector and would facilitate daily slots on TV channels in Australia for DD India, DD News and DD Sahyadri,” he said.
Foreign Secretary informed that a Letter of Intent was signed between the two countries to work towards concluding the migration and mobility partnership agreement on facilitating migration and mobility between the two countries.