Malcolm Turnbull : Australia to supply uranium to India as soon as possible

Australia’s Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull is on a tour of India these days, he has come on his 4-day visit to India. In this way, with Prime Minister Narendra Modi, he appeared in Akshardham temple and enjoyed the journey of Metro Rail. Now he has said that Australia will supply uranium to India as soon as possible. Australia will export uranium to India.

Indeed, there was an agreement on the civilian use of atom between India and Australia. He said that Australia will fulfill India’s energy needs. Turnbull said that Australia is making efforts to provide fuel for India’s civil nuclear program.

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Prime Minister Narendra Modi said that in this regard the bill was passed in the Parliament of Australia, due to which India will now be able to export Uranium. If Australia provides uranium to India, then India will be the first country to get uranium without signing the Non-Proliferation Treaty.

The Prime Ministers of both countries discussed important issues. During this time the leaders discussed issues related to navigation, overflights, free legal commerce, UNCL OS and said that maritime dispute should be resolved peacefully.

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Australian Prime Minister arrived on a four-day visit to India on Sunday. This is the first bilateral India visit since Turnbull took charge in September 2015. Earlier, his predecessor Tony Abbott came to India in September 2014, after which Prime Minister Narendra Modi had visited Australia in November of that year.

Australian President Malcolm Turnbull has arrived for the first time on a four day visit to India. At the same time, on Tuesday, Prime Minister Turnbull will take part in some events in the country’s financial capital Mumbai. During this time, business leaders will be bound to discuss business with the round table. There will be full emphasis on enhancing trade partnership between the two countries. This is the first time Prime Minister Mkkum Turnbul met Prime Minister Narendra Modi other than the G-2-0 summit in Antilia in 2015. Last year, both leaders met in Hongjou.

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