Australian Prime Minister Morrison made samosa, said: I would like to share with PM Modi


Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison on Sunday posted a picture with Samosa and said he would like to share it with India's Prime Minister Narendra Modi. At the same time, now Prime Minister Narendra Modi has said in response that he will enjoy samosas with him after defeating Kovid-19.

In fact, the PM of Australia shared a picture of 'samosa' on Twitter with mango chutney and tagged PM Modi in it. Morrison named the Samosas as 'samosa'.

The Australian PM said he had prepared everything himself, including mango chutney. Tagging PM Modi, he said that it is sad that his upcoming meeting will take place through video link. Morrison said that 'samosa' is a vegetarian and would like to share it with PM Modi.

At the same time, now Prime Minister Narendra Modi has responded to the Australian PM. He tweeted, 'We are connected to the Indian Ocean and united with Indian Samosas! It looks delicious to see PM Scott Morrison! Once we get a decisive victory against Kovid-19, we will enjoy samosas together. I am excited to meet you at the video conference on June 4.

Talks between the two leaders will be held on June 4

Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison will hold a bilateral summit on June 4 via a video-link. According to the Ministry of External Affairs, issues of mutual interest will be discussed between the two leaders at the India-Australia summit. With this, the two leaders will sign several bilateral agreements including military logistics and science and technology.

Meanwhile, there have been a total of 7,192 cases of coronavirus in Australia, of which 103 people have died due to infection. On 25 May, Morrison said the country would not reopen its borders yet and said he would continue his negotiations with New Zealand for a Trans-Tasman safe travel zone.