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PM Modi Discusses Defence Manufacturing Trade Tech With Japanese PM Kishida In Tokyo

PM Modi Discusses Defence Manufacturing Trade Tech With Japanese PM Kishida In Tokyo

The two leaders exchanged views on recent global and regional developments. They noted the convergences in their respective approaches to the Indo-Pacific and reaffirmed their commitment to a free, open and inclusive Indo-Pacific region

Before heading back to India, Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Tuesday held a bilateral meeting with Japanese PM Fumio Kishida and discussed bilateral relations in various spheres as well as on some regional and global issues.

The two leaders agreed to further enhance bilateral security and defence cooperation, including in the area of defence manufacturing. 

According to the Prime Minister’s Office (PMO), they concurred that the next 2+2 foreign and defence ministerial meetings may be held in Japan at the earliest.

Both global leaders agreed that both sides should work jointly towards implementing their decision to have 5 trillion yen in public and private investment and financing from Japan to India in the next five years. 

Modi also highlighted the steps taken by India to improve the ease of doing business, and logistics through the Gati Shakti initiative and urged PM Kishida to support greater investments by Japanese companies in India. 

Such investments would help in creating resilient supply chains and would be mutually beneficial, he said. 

The two leaders noted the progress in the implementation of the Mumbai-Ahmedabad high speed rail (MAHSR) project and welcomed the signing of an exchange of notes for the 3rd tranche loan for this project. 

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The PMO said that both leaders agreed to further boost people-to-people linkages. Prime Minister Kishida noted that such linkages should become the backbone of bilateral relations. 

Amid the war in Ukraine, the two leaders exchanged views on recent global and regional developments. They noted the convergences in their respective approaches to the Indo-Pacific and reaffirmed their commitment to a free, open and inclusive Indo-Pacific region. 


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