PM Modi To Hold Bilateral Meeting With Japanese Counterpart


New Delhi: Prime Minister Narendra Modi will hold a bilateral meeting with his Japanese counterpart Fumio Kishida during his upcoming visit to Japan.

In a special briefing of the Ministry of External Affairs, Foreign Secretary Vinay Kwatra said, “During the upcoming visit of PM Modi, he would, of course, have a greeting occasion with PM Kishida to convey his condolences in person but in addition to that PM Modi will also have a brief bilateral meeting with PM Kishida.”

“Naturally, the relevant people involved from the two sides will be available and participate in these discussions. It will take into account, a quick overview analysis of the overall relationship, its current status, its trajectory, its progress and the measures that both nations take it further. It will reaffirm our continued commitment and strong efforts that stakeholders on both sides continue to make – to promote and progress this relationship,” added Kwatra.

Modi will visit Tokyo, Japan on September 27, 2022, to attend the State Funeral of former Prime Minister of Japan Shinzo Abe. During the visit, he will attend the State Funeral ceremony at Budokan, followed by a greeting occasion at Akasaka Palace.

Notably, Quad leaders will attend the state funeral for the late former pm minister Abe.

The visit will be an opportunity for PM Modi to honor the memory of former PM Abe, who he considered a dear friend and a great champion of India-Japan ties. PM Modi and PM Abe developed a personal bond through their meetings and interactions spanning over a decade, beginning from PM Modi’s visit to Japan in 2007 as Chief Minister of Gujarat. The two leaders elevated India-Japan relations to Special Strategic and Global Partnership status in 2014.

“During this visit, PM Modi will have the opportunity to participate with representatives of 100 other countries, as I said, along with 20 Heads of States and Governments to participate in the state funeral. Also, along with that, PM Modi will have the opportunity to meet PM Kishida and Mrs Abe to convey his condolences in person to the country, to the leadership and Mrs Abe,” Kwatra added.

(With Agency Inputs)

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