Prime Minister Narendra Modi and his Japanese counterpart Shinzo Abe held delegation-level talks on Monday during which the two leaders discussed a range of bilateral, regional and global issues including the situation in the Indo-Pacific region.
The formal summit comes a day after the two prime ministers spent about eight hours together at a picturesque resort near Mount Fuji in Yamanashi prefecture discussing ties between the two countries and ways to deepen strategic dimension of the bilateral relationship.
Modi, who arrived in Japan on Saturday to attend the 13th India-Japan annual summit, was given a guard of honour upon his arrival for the annual summit talks at the Kantei, the Prime Minister’s Official Residence.
Ahead of his departure from New Delhi, Modi described India and Japan as a “winning combination” and said the island nation was New Delhi’s most trusted partner in its economic and technological modernisation. Read More