Prime Minister Narendra Modi is visiting Japan to attend the Quad Summit. PM Modi will attend the Quad conference in Tokyo on 23 and 24 May. Prime Minister Modi will be in Japan for 40 hours and will take part in 23 meetings.
Also 36 will interact with Japanese CEOs and overseas Indians. BJP IT cell chief Amit Malviya tweeted, “PM Modi will leave for Tokyo on the night of May 22. Will arrive early the next morning and go straight to work. In total he has visited 5 countries this month. He must have spent 4 nights in the plane to save time.
During his recent visits to Germany and Denmark, PM Modi spent just one night in Germany and Denmark. Similarly, during his visit to Japan, PM Modi will spend only one night and will travel back in the night. PM Modi is going to Japan to attend the Quad Summit in Tokyo on May 23 and 24.
The Quad is an alliance of Australia, India, Japan and the United States. Apart from attending the Quad Summit, PM Modi will also hold bilateral meetings with US President Joe Biden, Japanese Prime Minister Fumio Kishida and his Australian counterpart. PM Modi will also connect with the Japanese business community and overseas Indians. Prime Minister Narendra Modi will attend a total of 23 events during his 40-hour stay in Japan. During this PM Modi, at least 36 Japanese CEOs and hundreds
Will hold talks with Indian diaspora members. On Modi’s bilateral meeting with Joe Biden, Foreign Secretary Vinay Kwatra said India-US relations are multifaceted and have gained momentum and depth. “Our long-standing cooperation in diverse fields ranging from trade, defence, security, climate and education to energy is moving upwards.
There are regular exchanges of visits and talks not only on the bilateral agenda but also on regional and global issues.” On PM Modi’s meeting with Japanese Prime Minister Fumio Kishida, Foreign Secretary said, “Japan is one of our most important partners.
Modi described India-Japan relations as one of the most natural relations in the region. The India-Japan Special Strategic and Global Partnership has seen great momentum in the past few years.” PLC>