Matter discussed in 2+2 ministerial dialogue between India and Australia
The Indian government has urged Australia to sympathetically address the difficulties being faced by Indian students because of the COVID-19-related travel restrictions.
External affairs minister S Jaishankar said he discussed the matter with Australian foreign minister Marise Payne at the 2+2 ministerial dialogue between the two countries.
and defence minister Rajnath Singh held the inaugural ’two-plus-two’ dialogue with their Australian counterparts Marise Payne and Peter Dutton.
Payne the problems faced by Indian students in Australia and those wishing to go to Australia as well as the Indian origin community that is resident there.”
He said the Indian government was considering the problems faced by students wishing to study abroad, their anxieties and frustrations as high-priority.
Payne also said she was aware of the difficulties. The COVID-19 restrictions have impacted travel to and from Australia, she admitted.
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