It was at the Press Club of India in New Delhi that the leader of the Australian Greens, Deepak Joshi, and the founder of the Indian Greens Party, Suresh Nautiyal, had a working lunch.
On the menu of their meeting, the two leaders exchanged their views on the status of green politics in India, Australia and elsewhere.
Both expressed concern over the rise of right-wing politics in several parts of the world, including India. They felt that green politics was essential for the sustainability of living beings on Earth. They also believed that social justice should come first.

Mr Joshi, who lives in Melbourne and orginally hails from the Indian state of Uttarakhand, contested an election in the Victoria province of Australia in the recent past which he could not win.

He is Executive Director of the NRI Affairs news flow which updates the Indian diaspora in Australia about the Indian affairs. He is also associated with a humanist group in Melbourne.

Mr. Joshi describes him as a citizen of the world, a humanist, a traveler, a foodie, a tragic cricketer and an optimist.

Both leaders expressed the desire to take the relationship between the two parties to a new level.

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