The statement was made at a news conference that the Prime Minister and Anthony Albanese, his Australian counterpart who was in India for four days in March, jointly convened. The country of Australia is highly thrilled about Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s upcoming visit to the country in May, according to Australian Member of Parliament (MP) Jason Wood. Prime Minister Modi, you have the largest democracy in the world, remarked Mr Wood, Australia’s shadow minister for Community Safety, Migrant Services, and Multicultural Affairs, while speaking on the sidelines of Sadbhavana. We’re thrilled to announce that you’ll be visiting Australia and doing an outstanding job. I should also mention how thrilled the Australian Indian community is about your presence. I’m eager to do it. There will be excitement among the larger Australian population. The visit of the world’s most influential person to Australia. It will be a true honour for me if I get the chance to meet Mr Modi, and we are very much looking forward to your visit.
The QUAD group’s leaders have previously met four times, and their upcoming gathering will take place in Australia. Due to the group’s significant interest in sustainable and inclusive economic growth and improved contacts between QUAD members and non-QUAD members, the group’s significance in the region has grown. Prime Minister Narendra Modi has often emphasised that QUAD is a force for world good that aims to develop the area while defending the interests of all Indo-Pacific region participants.
In addition to the Australian community, Mr Wood noted that the Indian community is also enthusiastically anticipating PM Modi’s arrival to Australia. According to Wood, Prime Minister Modi enjoys a sizable following in Australia, where everyone values his leadership ability. The third week of May is when Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi is anticipated to visit Australia. Although the precise dates have not been made public, sources claim the visit will occur after the G7 Summit in Tokyo, slated for May 19–21. PM Modi’s trip to Australia resulted from the Quad leaders’ continued engagement.
India is emerging as a crucial partner, and the meeting is shaping up further to reinforce the stances of the Quad member nations. While the other three nations—the United States, Japan, and Australia—have formal treaties between them, India has none of the Quad partners. In his most recent book, Never Give an Inch: Fighting for the America I Love, former US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo referred to India as the “wild card” in the Quad since it was built on socialist principles and spent the Cold War siding neither with the US nor the former USSR. India has consistently set its course without a formal alliance system, which is still much the case today.