The prime minister of Australia is inclined to cancel the trip to India due to the forest fire crisis

SYDNEY: Prime Minister Scott Morrison On Friday he said he was willing to cancel an official trip to India planned for this month in order to deal with a forest fire crisis that ravages parts of his country.

When journalists asked him if it was appropriate to leave Australia given the situation, Morrison said he was inclined not to continue the visit.

Morrison was to visit India from January 13 to 16 at the invitation of Prime Minister Modi.

He should also visit Japan from January 16 to 17, but did not mention his intentions on Friday.