World News: Australia Prime Minister Scott Morrison said his country plans to take bilateral relationship with India to new heights by working together in frontier technologies.
Morrison Speaking at the Bengaluru Tech Summit via video conference, said Australia has plans to take the bilateral relations to new heights.
“Australia and India have unlimited possibilities of working together in Space research, critical minerals, 5G, AI, quantum computing and much more. We have signed the landmark Australia – India Technology Framework on cyber and cyber-enabled technology,” he said.
The Australian Prime Minister also highlighted that Australia and India are working together for an open, free, safe and secure internet.
He said “That is the foundation for digital economies to thrive. We will be soon launching the Australia-India Cyber and Critical Technologies Partnership grant program. The relationship between India and Australia is going from strength to strength, we share a deep desire to succeed and see our region prosper in peace and safety, as ultimately that is all our technology ambition is all about, the prosperity and safety of us all.”
He further said he is proud to be leading a 150 strong virtual delegation of Australian policymakers, industry leaders, startups and world-leading institutions to the Bengaluru Tech Summit.
“Bengaluru, India’s biggest technology cluster, fourth biggest in the world, home to a third of India’s tech professionals and to at least 25 Australian companies, is pulsing with energy and ambition and it is a place where it is easy to believe that “Next is Now”, he said.