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PM Modi visits Japan for two days to take part in the Quad Summit and bilateral talks in 2022.

Prime Minister Narendra Modi arrived in Japan today for a two-day trip to attend a summit of the Quad leaders. The goal of the meeting is to strengthen cooperation among the powerful group’s members and talk about what’s going on in the important Indo-Pacific region.

pm modi arrives in japan for quad summit. a glimpse of what's in store for 2-day visit

“Tokyo, Japan. He will participate in several events during this trip, such as the Quad Summit and meetings with other Quad leaders. He will also talk to Japanese business leaders and the large and active Indian diaspora members. “PM Modi sent out tweets in both English and Japanese.

“Ohayō, Tokyo! On his fifth trip to Japan in the last eight years, PM @narendramodi arrives in Tokyo with a warm welcome. “Arindam Bagchi is the person who tweets for the Ministry of External Affairs.

Outside of the hotel in Tokyo, Prime Minister Modi talked to children. During his time with the kids, he also saw a young girl’s drawing and signed an autograph for her.

Then, he talked to a boy waiting for him with a tricolour drawing. Next, Prime Minister Modi asked him where he had learned Hindi and complimented him on how well he spoke it.

“The Indian people who live in Japan have been leaders in many fields. They have also kept in touch with their home country, India. So I’m grateful to the Indian people living in Japan for making me feel welcome. “After meeting with the community, Prime Minister Modi wrote on Twitter.

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On May 24, US President Joe Biden, Japanese Prime Minister Fumio Kishida, and the next prime minister of Australia, Anthony Albanese, will join PM Modi at the Quad summit in Tokyo.

In his departure statement, PM Modi said, “In Japan, I will also take part in the second in-person Quad Leaders’ Summit. This will give the leaders of the four Quad countries a chance to review the progress of Quad initiatives.”

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“We will also talk about changes in the Indo-Pacific region and global issues of mutual interest,” said PM Modi, whose trip to Japan is happening as the conflict between Russia and Ukraine worsens.

India, the United States, Japan, and Australia are part of the Quad or Quadrilateral Security Dialogue.

PM Modi arrives in Japan on a two-day visit to attend the Quad summit, bilaterals

Prime Minister Narendra Modi arrived in Japan on May 23 for a two-day trip to attend a summit of the Quad leaders. The goal of the meeting is to strengthen cooperation among the powerful group’s members and talk about what’s going on in the Indo-Pacific region.

“We made it to Tokyo. He will participate in several events during this trip, such as the Quad Summit and meetings with other Quad leaders. He will also talk to Japanese business leaders and the large and active Indian diaspora members.

“Ohayō, Tokyo! “PM @narendramodi gets a warm welcome in Tokyo on his fifth trip to Japan in the last 8 years,” tweeted Arindam Bagchi, a spokesperson for the External Affairs Ministry.

On May 24, U.S. President Joe Biden, Japanese Prime Minister Fumio Kishida, and Australian Prime Minister-elect Anthony Albanese will join Mr Modi at the Quad summit in Tokyo.

In his statement about leaving, Mr Modi said, “In Japan, I will also participate in the second in-person Quad Leaders’ Summit. This will give the leaders of the four Quad countries a chance to look at how Quad initiatives are going.”

Mr Modi, whose trip to Japan is happening during the Russia-Ukraine conflict, said, “We will also talk about what’s going on in the Indo-Pacific region and global issues of mutual interest.”

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Countries such as India, the United States, Japan, and Australia are part of the Quad or Quadrilateral Security Dialogue.

Mr Modi is going to Tokyo at the request of his Japanese counterpart, Fumio Kishida. He will have separate meetings with Mr Biden, Mr Kishida, and Mr Albanese during the summit.

In March 2022, he had Mr Kishida over for the 14th India-Japan Annual Summit.

Mr Modi said before his trip, “When I go to Tokyo, I’m looking forward to continuing our conversation so that we can strengthen the India-Japan Special Strategic and Global Partnership.”

He said that the way India and Japan work together on the economy is a big part of their Special Strategic and the Global Partnership.

Mr Modi also said that he is looking forward to a meeting with the newly elected Australian Prime Minister Albanese. During this meeting, they will talk about the many ways their countries work together under the Comprehensive Strategic Partnership and some of the regional and global issues that are important to both.

Mr Modi said that he is excited to meet the nearly 40,000 Indians who live in Japan. He said these people are an important part of India’s relationship with Japan.

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Conclusion:

PM Modi will be in Japan for two days to participate in the Quad summit and bilateral talks. He will also talk to Japanese business people and people from India who live in other countries. The Quad or Quadrilateral Security Dialogue comprises India, the US, Japan, Australia, and the Quad. PM Narendra Modi is in Japan for two days to participate in a meeting of leaders from the Quad. The main goal of the conference is to help Quad’s members work together, better. Mr Modi will also talk to the prime ministers of Japan and Australia, Fumio Kishida and Anthony Albanese.

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