Cricket Diplomacy In Ind Vs Aus 4th Test Match

Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Australian Prime Minister Anthony Albanese were greeted with applause and cheers as they took a lap of honor at a stadium in Gujarat’s Ahmedabad today before watching a cricket match together. The two Prime Ministers waved to the crowds as they rode around the Narendra Modi stadium in a golf cart-shaped “chariot” before the fourth Test match between India and Australia.
“Australia and India are competing to be the best in the world on the field. We are working together to make the world a better place, outside the fields,” the Australian Prime Minister stated in a tweet.

Cricket Diplomacy In Ind Vs Aus 4th Test Match

Cricket Diplomacy In Ind Vs Aus 4th Test Match

PM Modi and Mr. Albanese exchanged handshakes with the captains of their respective teams, Rohit Sharma and Steve Smith. They also met players from both teams and stood alongside them as the Indian and Australian national anthems were sung.
The BCCI also presented the two leaders with a framed artwork celebrating 75 years of friendship through cricket.
On Wednesday, the Australian Prime Minister arrived in Ahmedabad as part of a state visit to India.

“A warm welcome to Ahmedabad, India. This is the start of an important journey for Australia-India relations,” shortly after his arrival, Australia’s Prime Minister tweeted.

Mr. Albanese stated that his visit proves the two countries’ commitment to deepening ties and being a force for stability and growth in our region.
Mr. Albanese was greeted by Gujarat Chief Minister Bhupendra Patel, who accompanied the Australian Prime Minister to Mahatma Gandhi‘s Sabarmati Ashram.

India currently leads the Border-Gavaskar series 2-1. A victory in the final Test ensures the team’s qualification for the ICC World Test Championship final, which will be held in London on June 7 against Australia.

Albanese announced on Wednesday that Australia and India had completed the Australia-India Education Qualification Recognition Mechanism.
“This new framework means that if you’re an Indian student who is studying or has studied in Australia, your hard-earned degree will be acknowledged when you return home. Alternatively, if you are a member of Australia’s 500,000-strong Indian diaspora, you will have greater confidence that your Indian qualification will be recognized in Australia,” he said.

He also confirmed that Deakin University of Australia will establish an international campus at GIFT City in Gandhinagar. According to him, Deakin will be the first foreign university to agree to introduce a campus in India.
“This is a thrilling start to stronger educational, commercial, and cultural relationships,” Australia‘s Prime Minister said.

He also confirmed the Maitri Scholarship, which will allow Indian students to study in Australia for up to four years.
“India’s ambitious renewable power objectives provide a great opportunity for Australian resources, expertise, and manufacturing.”I met with a representative from the @SmartEnergyCncl today in Ahmedabad to discuss how Australian businesses can benefit from India’s renewable power boom,” the Australian Prime Minister said in another tweet.

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