Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Friday spoke with Japan’s newly elected Prime Minister Fumio Kishida and mentioned the strong cooperation between India and Japan within the Indo-Pacific area.
Japan’s parliament had elected Kishida prime minister on Monday.
In a tweet Modi stated, “Spoke with H.E. Fumio Kishida to congratulate him for assuming cost because the Prime Minister of Japan. I stay up for working with him to additional strengthen India-Japan Particular Strategic and World Partnership and to boost cooperation within the Indo-Pacific area.”
The prime minister conveyed his congratulations and finest needs to Kishida for assuming cost because the premier of Japan, the Prime Minister’s Workplace (PMO) stated in a press release.
Each leaders expressed satisfaction on the speedy progress within the Particular Strategic and World Partnership between India and Japan, and agreed on the potential to additional improve cooperation in quite a lot of areas, together with in high-technology and futuristic sectors, it stated.
Prime Minister Modi invited Japanese firms to profit from India’s financial reforms by way of larger funding, the PMO stated.
The leaders additionally mentioned the rising alignment of views, and strong cooperation, between India and Japan within the Indo-Pacific area, it stated.
They reviewed the progress of cooperation beneath the Quad framework on this regard, the assertion stated.
Prime Minister Modi additionally invited Kishida to go to India at his earliest comfort for a bilateral summit assembly.
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