PM Modi met Japan's PM Kishida in Tokyo. Shinzo Abe State Funeral

Publish Date: 27 Sep, 2022 |
 

Prime Minister Narendra Modi has arrived today to attend the state funeral of former Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe. Prime Minister Narendra Modi held a bilateral meeting with Japanese PM Fumio Kishida in Tokyo. In the meeting, PM Modi said- “India and Japan's friendship has played a huge role in creating a global impact. I am sure India-Japan relations will deepen under your leadership. We will be able to play a proper role in solving the problems in the world.”

PM Modi expressed grief

PM Narendra Modi said that the relations between India and Japan played an important role in creating an impact around the world. Expressing confidence during the conversation with PM Kishida, he said that your leadership will further strengthen the relationship between the two countries. We will be able to play an important role in finding solutions to problems around the world. PM Modi said that we are meeting in this hour of sorrow. The last time I came, I talked to Shinzo Abe for a long time.

Relationship between India and Japan discussed

During the bilateral meeting in Tokyo, talks were held between PM Modi and Japan's PM Fumio Kishida to further strengthen the relationship between the two countries. Along with this, both the big leaders also discussed many regional and global issues. During this, Prime Minister Modi and the Prime Minister of Japan expressed their commitment to further strengthen the India-Japan strategic and global partnership.

 

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