India, Japan agree to initiate 2+2 dialogue


Prime Minister Narendra Modi greets his Japanese counterpart Shinzo Abe after delivering his press statement in Tokyo on Monday. Photograph: /Flickr

Prime Minister Narendra Modi and his Japanese counterpart Shinzo Abe Monday held ‘fruitful and extensive‘ talks during which they discussed issues of bilateral interest, the situation in the Indo-Pacific region and threats posed by nuclear terrorism as the two sides signed several agreements including on a high speed rail project and naval cooperation.

The two leaders also agreed to initiate 2+2 dialogue involving their foreign and defence ministers. Read More

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