Prime Minister Shinzo Abe plans to hawk Shinkansen technology when he visits India next month, according to a Japanese newspaper.
Prime Minister Shinzo Abe will visit India in September to attend the ‘bhoomi poojan’ and foundation stone laying ceremony of the Rs. 97,636-crore Mumbai-Ahmedabad high-speed rail link using Japanese bullet-train technology.
Japan said on Friday that unstable power supply was among the biggest investment barriers in India. The development comment comes ahead of Japanese Prime Minister Shinzō Abe’s India visit next month during which discussions on bilateral discussions on cooperation in the energy sector would get priority.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi and his Japanese counterpart Shinzo Abe will lay the foundation stone for India’s first bullet train in September during the latter’s visit.
The agreement between India and Japan for the cooperation in the peaceful uses of nuclear energy came into force on Thursday. This agreement between the two nations was inked on November 11, 2016, during Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s visit to Tokyo.
More than six years after the disaster at the Fukushima Dai-ichi nuclear plant, Japan is apparently on its way to restoring nuclear energy as one of its biggest sources of electric power.
The ambitious Mumbai-Ahmedabad bullet train project will soon be a reality, with Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi and his Japanese counterpart Shinzo Abe presiding over the ground-breaking ceremony in Gandhinagar, likely to take place on September 17.
Prime Minister Shinzo Abe is arranging to visit India in late September to attend a ceremony for a high-speed rail link using Japanese bullet-train technology, government sources said Wednesday.
The bullet train project that involves the construction of a 508km-long high-speed rail corridor between Mumbai and Ahmedabad, is on track, Railway Minister Suresh Prabhu has said
India and Japan are likely to sign a civil nuclear cooperation agreement during Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s two-day visit to Japan next week as the two sides completed the internal procedures for the much-awaited agreement.