Foreign Secretary S Jaishankar left no stones unturned to praise the collaboration between the two Asian powerhouses, India and Japan. Jaishankar said that India’s technological partnership with Japan has resulted in Maruti Suzuki cars and Metro rail systems in multiple cities, and now the high-speed rail system or bullet trains is making its way in India. He made these comments on Thursday while speaking at the Global Technology Summit 2017. The event was organised by Carnegie India.
At the event, Jaishankar commented on Japan’s partnership with India. He said that the partnership has evolved to a much larger and bigger stage. A stronger Indian economy is seen in Japan’s strategic interest said Jaishankar. The Foreign Secretary during the session on Technology Diplomacy: Prospects for India and Japan said, “Japan helped India with two very big technological upgrades in India — the Maruti and Metro — which has caused ripple effects on other sectors. It is no exaggeration to say that they helped change the modern Indian mindset and lifestyle.” Read More…
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