Prime Minister Narendra Modi visited to Australia from 15 November to 18 November 2014. He visited Australia as part of G-20 summit and bilateral summit with Australia. He became the first Indian Prime Minister to address the Australian Parliament.
During the summit, he met all the G-20 leaders of the world. He attended the Business Breakfast with the economic leaders of Queensland that was hosted by Premier of Queensland Newman.
During the visit he reconstituted the CEO Forum and both the leaders agreed to speed up negotiations on the Comprehensive Economic Partnership Agreement.
He visited the Australian War Memorial with Prime Minister of Australia Tony Abbott to strive together for a better world. He also addressed the Indian diasporas in Australia.
During his visit the following agreements were signed by the both the countries
• The Social Security Agreement
• Agreement concerning Transfer of Sentenced Prisoners
• MoU on Combating Narcotics Trafficking and Developing Police Cooperation
• MoU on Cooperation in the Field of Arts and Culture
• MoU in the Field of Tourism
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