Speeches | 14 February 2014

2014 Australia-India Roundtable: Outcomes Statement

Relations between India and Australia have reached a new maturity, based on deepening connections between their societies, economies, education sectors and policy establishments. This positions these two democracies well to work together to advance their interests in a shared Indo-Pacific region.

This was among key conclusions reached by participants at the Australia-India Roundtable, the leading informal dialogue between the two countries, when it met in Sydney and Melbourne from 3-6 February 2014.

The closed-door discussions involved a candid exchange of insights to produce a range of creative policy ideas for political leaders and officials to consider and pursue.

 

Please see below for the full text of the 2014 Australia India Roundtable Outcomes Statement.

Relations between India and Australia have reached a new maturity, based on deepening connections between their societies, economies, education sectors and policy establishments. This positions these two democracies well to work together to advance their interests in a shared Indo-Pacific region.

This was among key conclusions reached by participants at the Australia-India Roundtable, the leading informal dialogue between the two countries, when it met in Sydney and Melbourne from 3-6 February 2014.

The closed-door discussions involved a candid exchange of insights to produce a range of creative policy ideas for political leaders and officials to consider and pursue.

 

Please see below for the full text of the 2014 Australia India Roundtable Outcomes Statement.