Sydney [Australia], November 17 (ANI): Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison said on Wednesday that much work remains to be done with India in the field of technology, adding that the two countries are already cooperating on cyber security, important and emerging technologies, vital minerals. The digital economy.
Speaking at the Sydney Dialogue on “Intensity of Technology Partnership between Quad Countries”, Scott Morrison spoke today at India’s largest technology summit, the Bengaluru Tech Summit, and expanded on some complementary initiatives with India.
“There’s a lot we can do with India in this area – some of which I’ve already covered, even as part of our quad partnership,” he said at the inaugural Sydney Dialogue on emerging, critical and cyber technologies.
“As part of our broader strategic partnership with India, our two countries are already working together – on cyber security, critical and emerging technologies, critical minerals, the digital economy and many more.” He added, “I am also speaking. Today is the Bangalore Tech Summit, India’s largest technology summit. I will expand some complementary initiatives with India at the summit.” Speaking further on the quad, Morrison said Australia would also deepen its technical partnership through the quad.
“Along with India, Japan and the United States, Australia is working to harness the potential of our respective nations to enhance the flexibility of the Indo-Pacific supply chain and promote an open, accessible and secure technology ecosystem,” he said.
“At the first meeting of individual Quad leaders in Washington DC in September, we agreed to strengthen lines of effort in a number of key areas, including technical parameters, 5G deployment and diversification, and wide-range scanning and mapping. Looking for opportunities to help, “he added.
He finally wished everyone, including Prime Minister Narendra Modi, to participate in the Sydney Dialogue organized by the Australian Institute for Strategic Policy (ASPI). PM Modi is expected to deliver a keynote address at the inaugural Sydney Dialogue on November 18 outlining India’s technology development and revolution. (ANI)