Japan Important For India’s Nuclear, Defence Capabilities: S Jaishankar


Indian Foreign Secretary S. Jaishankar on Friday asserted that Japan can make a substantial difference to India’s nuclear industry.

Speaking at the India-Japan Colloquium session, Jaishankar stressed as to how cooperation and civil nuclear, defence will be two key components of the future for both India and Japan.

“The difference that Japan can make to our nuclear industry can be quite substantial. Japan’s openness to supply India with military technology also reflects the high level of confidence between the two countries,” he said.

The Foreign Secretary also spoke about a number of infrastructural and economic projects which both the countries are planning to undertake. Read More…

 

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