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Prime Minister Narendra Modi Leaves For Japan Annual Summit, Set To Enhance Ties Further

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Prime Minister Narendra Modi left for Japan to attend the annual summit with his counterpart Shinzo Abe.  The summit will be held on October 28 and 29.

In a statement , before leaving for Japan, Modi described India and Japan a “winning combination” and said the island nation is New Delhi’s most trusted partner in its economic and technological modernisation.

He said India’s partnership with Japan is of great substance and purpose. He tweeted about the visit as well.

“We have a special strategic and global partnership. Our ties with Japan, both economic and strategic, stand completely transformed in recent years. It is today a partnership of great substance and purpose. It rests on the strong pillars of India’s Act East Policy, and our shared vision and commitment to a free, open and inclusive Indo-Pacific,” he said.

Modi said it will be his 12th meeting with Abe since he first visited Japan as prime minister in September 2014.

He said, as democracies, the two countries have shared values and they seek peace and prosperity for all.

“Our complementarities make India and Japan a winning combination. Japan today is one of the most trusted partners in India’s economic and technological modernisations and one of the top investors in India,” he pointed out.


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