Since Japan PM Shinzo Abe’s China Visit, India’s PM Narendra Modi Builds Ties with Japans PM

Since Japan PM Shinzo Abe’s China Visit, India’s PM Narendra Modi Builds Ties with Japans PM

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Japan’s Prime Minister Shinzo Abe invited his Indian counterpart Mr. Narendra Modi for a private dinner at his holiday home. This gesture made by the Japan’s PM is being regarded as the first of a kind given to a foreign leader. The private dinner at the holiday home of Abe on Sunday for India’s Prime Minister Narendra Modi is been seen as a token of appreciation for accommodating Abe in the Indian leader’s home state last year.
Modi who became the first foreign leader to pay a visit to Abe’s holiday home situated in the picturesque Yamanashi, west of Tokyo. Well, Japan’s PM seemingly attempted to indicate their close relationship.
According to Japan’s Foreign Ministry, Shinzo Abe greeted Modi and shook hands with him, at the entrance of a hotel before heading for a lunch. The two leaders talked about regional issues that included North Korea and admitted to collaborate for attaining the denuclearization of the Korean Peninsula. He added that Abe and Modi also visited a factory of industrial robot manufacturer in Yamanashi before heading to the PM’s holiday home in the village of Narusawa.
Last year in September, Japan’s PM paid a visit to Ahmedabad, Modi’s home state of Gujarat in western India and was present during a ceremony in order to mark the beginning of construction of a new high-speed railway implementing Japanese bullet train technology for linking Ahmedabad and Mumbai.
Modi’s visit to Japan began a day after Abe carried out discussion with Chinese President Xi Jinping and Premier Li Keqiang. Japan’s PM agreed to work with the Chinese leaders on the principles of coordination in order to mark a new relation among Asia’s two biggest economies.
Modi briefed reporters that the collaboration between India-Japan has been basically transfigures and it bolstering as a special diplomatic and global partnership. Modi would be holding a formal summit on 29th October in Tokyo and would also boost bilateral security and economic ties with Japan.

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