Malcolm Turnbull wants to bring Australia and India much closer together through talks on energy, education and security during his visit to the subcontinent.
The prime minister, joined by his education minister and six Australian university vice-chancellors, said 60,000 Indians were studying in Australia and noted his Indian counterpart Narendra Modi wanted to train 400 million Indians in the next five years.
‘He has got a massive task, a massive objective, a huge ambition to upskill the people of India and there is a big role for Australia to play in that,” Mr Turnbull told reporters in New Dehli on Monday.
His first official trip to the subcontinent has all the trappings of a state visit, starting with a ceremonial welcome at the presidential palace and a wreath laying at Gandhi’s memorial. Read More…
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