Japan’s PM Kishida, to deepen its with India, by bringing his “plan for free and open Indo-pacific” to light


In-depth discussions on a variety of topics were held on Monday at Hyderabad House in India’s capital city of New Delhi between Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi and his Japanese colleague Fumio Kishida.

Both leaders agreed to strengthen the India-Japan global strategic alliance, highlighting how crucial it is for an Indo-Pacific region that is peaceful, stable, and affluent.

After the bilateral meetings, Modi spoke to the media and cited India’s G20 and Japan’s G7 leadership as the ideal opportunities to collaborate on both sides’ top goals for the benefit of the world.

Today, Japanese Prime Minister Fumio Kishida invited me to the G7 Leaders’ Summit which will be held in Hiroshima in May. I thank him for this,” Modi said.

The Indian leader claimed to have given Prime Minister Kishida a briefing on the G20 priorities for India.

In September of this year, PM Narendra Modi will once more have the chance to invite PM Fumio Kishida to India for the G20 Leaders’ Conference.
The prime minister emphasized the significance of the Indo-Pacific region for the India-Japan Special Strategic and Global Partnership, which is built on democratic values and respect for international law.

In his remarks, Kishida stated that Japan will keep supporting India’s development, which would be advantageous to both New Delhi and Tokyo.

Also, he announced his “strategy for a free and open Indo-Pacific” “on Indian soil”. He hasn’t yet specified in detail what his idea of a free Indo-Pacific would look like.

Modi has accepted an invitation to the G7 summit in May, according to the prime minister of Japan.

On his visit to India last year, Kishida declared a five trillion Yen (Rs 3,20,000 crore) investment goal for India over the following five years.

In 2000, the relationship between India and Japan was upgraded to “Global Partnership,” then to “Strategic and Global Partnership,” in 2006, and finally to “Special Strategic and Global Partnership” in 2014.

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