Modi meets UK PM David Cameron in Brisbane


Brisbane, Nov 14: Prime Minister Narendra Modi met his UK counterpart David Cameron in Brisbane, who stressed that relations with India among the top priorities of the British government. 

Prime Minister Narendra Modi leads an Indian delegation in talks with members of an EU team. At the talks, European Council President Herman Van Rompuy tell PM Modi that the European Union is keen to re-engage with India in all areas, especially trade.

Modi after interacting with students at Queensland University of Technology and clicked a selfie with them on the Children's day, held the discussion with Cameron.

Modi, who is the first Indian Prime Minister to visit Australia in 28 years since Rajiv Gandhi in 1986, arrived here on a five-day trip to Australia on the second leg of his 10-day three-nation tour.

The PM is likely to raise black money issue seeking global cooperation against the the key issue of cross border tax avoidance and evasion at the G20 summit starting here on Saturday. He will also talk about the unemployment and pitch for "Make in India" drive with the developed economies at the summit.

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