Prime Minister Narendra Modi will address a joint session of the Parliament of Australia next month. Narendra Modi will be India's first prime minister who will address Australia's parliament members and leaders. He will take participate in the G-20 leaders’ summit to be held in Brisbane next month. Then he will address a joint session of parliament. Where many lawmakers have expressed happiness for Modi's first visit as prime minister for Australia. While this is speculation that he would give his historic speech in Hindi as he did in different places of the world. Tasmanian Labor senator Lisa Singh said Modi's speech in Hindi that would mean that he is coming to Australia along with India’s respect, its culture and capabilities. 42 years old Lisa said that his visit in my country is important in my point of view. She said that it is matter of pride to address our parliament and it does not matter to me in what language it will be delivered.
He said, "Modi has encouraged India." She also said that she is very excited to meet Indian Prime minister Mr. Narendra Modi. Modi will join G-20 leaders’ summit on November 15 and 16, 2014. And then he will address a joint session of the federal parliament. In addition, British Prime Minister David Cameron and Chinese President Jinping will address the special meeting.