“Do keep sharing thoughts and ideas for the visit. Here is a great place to keep updates on the visit,” Modi said in a tweet, as he shared the webpage where people can tweet to the prime minister.
“Summits, important bilaterals, meeting over 40 world leaders. Leaving for Myanmar, Australia and Fiji,” tweeted Prime Minister Modi.
“Do keep sharing thoughts and ideas for the visit. Here is a great place to keep updated on the visit: http://international.narendramodi.in/australia_home/,” he said in a series of tweets.
Modi has left for his three-nation tour on Tuesday.
His visit will be the first visit by an Indian prime minister to Australia in 28 years.
He is first travelling to Myanmar and will then head to Brisbane, Australia, to attend the G20 Summit Nov 15-16. He will deliberate with top world leaders on global issues.
“The Prime Minister will have delegation-level talks with his Australian counterpart Tony Abbott, and will then address the Parliament in Canberra. He will have political business and community meetings in Brisbane, Sydney and Melbourne. Also a dinner will be hosted by Tony Abbott in Melbourne,” Anil Wadhwa, Secretary (East) in the ministry said in a press conference on Monday.
And guess for Prime Minister Abbott is hosting Modi? At the iconic Melbourne Cricket Ground!