PM Modi Went in Japan for two days for the Quad Summit and bilateral talks

Prime Minister Narendra Modi arrived in Japan on May 23 on a two-day visit to attend a Quad leaders’ meeting aimed at enhancing collaboration among the important grouping’s member nations and addressing developments in the Indo-Pacific region.

“Landed in Tokyo. Will be taking part in various programs during this visit including the Quad Summit, meeting fellow Quad leaders, interacting with Japanese business leaders and the vibrant Indian diaspora,” Mr. Modi tweeted in both Japanese and English.

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

PM Modi Went in Japan for two days for the Quad Summit and bilateral talks

Mr. Modi will be joined by US President Joe Biden, Japanese Prime Minister Fumio Kishida, and Australian Prime Minister-elect Anthony Albanese for the Quad meeting on May 24 in Tokyo.

Mr. Modi added in his departing statement that he will also attend the second in-person Quad Leaders’ Summit in Japan, which would provide an opportunity for the leaders of the four Quad countries to examine the progress of Quad activities.

“We will also exchange views about developments in the Indo-Pacific region and global issues of mutual interest,” Mr. Modi, whose visit to Japan comes during the Russia-Ukraine conflict, stated as much.

India, the United States, Japan, and Australia make up the Quadrilateral Security Dialogue.

On the fringes of the summit, Mr. Modi, who is in Tokyo at the request of his Japanese counterpart Fumio Kishida, will have individual bilateral discussions with Mr. Biden, Mr. Kishida, and Mr. Albanese.

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

He stated that India-Japan economic ties is a vital part of their Special Strategic and Global Partnership.

Mr. Modi also expressed his excitement for a bilateral meeting with newly-elected Australian Prime Minister Albanese, wherein the two countries’ diverse collaboration under the Comprehensive Strategic Partnership, as well as regional and global topics of mutual concern, will be discussed.

Mr. Modi said he is looking forward to seeing the almost 40,000 members of the Indian diaspora in Japan, who represent an essential anchor in India’s relations with Japan.




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