PM Modi Japan: The third meeting of the QUAD summit begins in Tokyo, Japan, Prime Minister Modi is taking part. PM Modi will meet the PMs of Japan and Australia separately. Prime Minister Narendra Modi was received by Japanese PM Fumio Kishida at the venue of the Quad Leaders Summit in Tokyo.
Tokyo: In the third meeting of QUAD Summit in Tokyo, Japan, PM Modi said that it is a pleasure for me to be among friends. PM Modi said- 'Quad' group has made an important place at the world level in such a short span of time. Today the scope of 'Quad' has become wider and the form has become dominant. Our mutual trust, determination is giving new energy and enthusiasm to the democratic forces. Prime Minister Narendra Modi, US President Joe Biden, Australian Prime Minister Anthony Albanese and Japanese Prime Minister Fumio Kishida have attended the third meeting of the Quad.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi received by Japanese PM at the venue of the summit
PM Modi will meet the PMs of Japan and Australia separately. Prime Minister Narendra Modi was received by Japanese PM Fumio Kishida at the venue of the Quad Leaders Summit in Tokyo. PM Modi, who went to Japan for the Quad Summit, met the people of the Indian community on the first day. The PM said that India has resolved to meet 50% of its total power capacity from non-fossil fuels by the end of this decade. The PM said that the confidence that Indians have about solving problems is visible in every field, every direction, every step.
India and Japan are natural allies: PM Modi
The PM said that- "India and Japan are natural allies. Japan has played an important role in India's development journey. Our relationship with Japan is one of intimacy, of spirituality, of cooperation, of belonging." Modi described Japan as an important partner in India's capacity building. He said that Mumbai-Ahmedabad High Speed Rail, Delhi-Mumbai Industrial Corridor, Dedicated Freight Corridor, these are great examples of India-Japan cooperation.
We are moving ahead with the solution of self-reliant India: PM Modi
The Prime Minister said that today's world needs a lot to follow the path shown by Lord Buddha. He said, "This is the way to save humanity from every challenge in the world today, whether it is violence, anarchy, terrorism or climate change." The way the supply chain was disrupted, the question mark raised on the supply chain, to avoid such situation in future, we are moving ahead with the solution of self-reliant India. Our solution of a self-reliant India is not only for India but it is for a stable and sustainable global supply chain. ,