After the meeting was over, PM Narendra Modi said that India and Japan have a strategic, global partnership based on the rule of law and democratic values. PM Modi said that Japanese PM Kishida has met him several times in recent times.
New Delhi: Prime Minister of Japan Fumio Kishida is on a visit to India. During this, he met Prime Minister Narendra Modi at Hyderabad House. During this, Kishida invited PM Narendra Modi to attend the G7's Hiroshima Summit. In this meeting, the top leaders of both countries discussed many important issues like critical technology, digital etc. Along with this, discussions were also held to increase cooperation in different areas like logistics, food processing, steel, and MSME. Both countries are celebrating the year 2023 as a tourism exchange.
What did PM Modi say after the meeting?
After the meeting was over, PM Narendra Modi said that India and Japan have a strategic, global partnership based on the rule of law and democratic values. PM Modi said that Japanese PM Kishida has met him several times in recent times. Positive energy is felt every time I meet him. In such a situation, today's meeting of PM Modi with Kishida is being seen as further strengthening of the relationship between India and Japan. On the other hand, Japanese Prime Minister Kishida said that he met PM Narendra Modi and has also invited him to attend the G7's Hiroshima Summit.
Japanese PM said this
PM Narendra Modi has accepted the invitation given by Kishida. Kishida further said in his talk that both countries will do cooperative work in the field of energy to reduce carbon emissions. Japan is going to invest 5 trillion yen in India in the next five years. Let us inform that Japanese Prime Minister Fumio Kishida reached New Delhi on Monday. The purpose of his visit is on cooperation between Japan and India in the fields of defence, trade, investment and high technology.