Prime Minister Narendra Modi arrived in Australia Friday on the second leg of his three-nation tour during which he will attend the annual G20 summit and hold bilateral talks with his Australian counterpart Tony Abbott. (Photo from left: Abbot, Modi and NZ PM John Key)
Modi reached Brisbane after attending the ASEAN-India summit and the East Asia Summit on November 12-13 in the Myanmarese capital Nay Pyi Taw.
The Prime Minister is on a 10-day visit of Myanmar, Australia and Fiji to attend key multilateral summits and undertake bilateral meetings.
Before his departure from India, Modi had said the importance of global cooperation against black money will be a “key issue” he will highlight at the G20 summit.
“A key issue for me would be to highlight the importance of international cooperation against black money,” Modi had said in a pre-departure statement.