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Prime Minister Narendra Modi met with Japan’s newly elected prime minister, Fumio Kishida, on Friday, and expressed his eagerness to cooperate with him to strengthen the India-Japan Special Strategic and Global Partnership. Mr. Kishida was chosen Prime Minister of Japan by the Japanese parliament on Monday. He expressed his eagerness to cooperate with him to strengthen the India-Japan Special Strategic and Global Partnership. Mr. Kishida was chosen Prime Minister of Japan by the Japanese parliament on Monday. Both leaders expressed satisfaction with the swift progress in strategic, global relationship and addressed how India and Japan share similar ideas in a variety of areas.

Prime Minister Narendra Modi met with Japan’s newly elected prime minister, Fumio Kishida, on Friday, and expressed his eagerness to cooperate with him to strengthen the India-Japan Special Strategic and Global Partnership. Mr. Kishida was chosen Prime Minister of Japan by the Japanese parliament on Monday. Both leaders expressed satisfaction with the swift progress in strategic, global relationship and addressed how India and Japan share similar ideas in a variety of areas. Both presidents expressed pleasure with the rapid growth of India and Japan’s Special Strategic and Global Partnership, and agreed on the potential to expand cooperation in a range of fields, including high-tech and futuristic sectors, according to the statement.

According to the PMO, Prime Minister Modi asked Japanese corporations to benefit from India’s economic changes by investing more. The presidents also discussed how India and Japan are becoming more aligned in their ideas and cooperating more closely in the Indo-Pacific region, according to the statement. According to the statement, they discussed the progress of collaboration in this area under the Quad framework. Kishida has also been asked to visit India at his earliest convenience for a bilateral summit meeting, according to Prime Minister Modi.

 

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