Indo Japan have had a “long-standing” relationship and this is the “best-ever period” for boosting bilateral ties between the two countries, Union minister Suresh Prabhu recently said.
“Indo Japan have had a long-standing relationship. And, it has assumed different proportions, different levels and different dimensions. And, now it should get deeper and better,” the Railway Minister said here at the opening ceremony of 2017 being declared as the year of Japan-India Friendly Exchanges and announcement of Japan-India Collaboration Film Film Project this evening.
Prabhu asserted that the current time was the “best-ever period” for boosting bilateral ties between the two countries. Japan and India have already collaborated on the country’s first bullet train project and on Buddhist heritage sites related projects.
“It is not just ‘Love in Tokyo’ that India knows but also ‘Love for Tokyo’. Our relationship is based not just on closer diplomatic or economic ties but also closer relationship culturally and on societal level,” he said.Read More…
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