The India-Japan partnership is on the up as it has been a key focus as well as a success in Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s foreign policy initiatives. To bolster this partnership, Modi is set to travel to Japan on the 28th and 29th of October 2018 for the annual Indo-Japan summit, his third visit in a span of four years.
India has the institutional mechanism of an annual bilateral summit with only two countries – Japan and Russia. And Modi has always accorded great importance on strengthening India’s ties with Japan: the first country he visited after being elected as prime minister was Japan.
It is expected that Modi and Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe will announce some key partnerships. Read more
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