Prime Minister Narendra Modi not only rules the nation but he rules the heart of people. He is deeply admired by the international leaders also. His counterparts deal with him not only as a leader of India but as their close friend.
Reflecting the strength of close bond Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe said “Prime Minister Narendra Modi is one of his most “dependable” and “valuable” friends and together with the Indian leader, he would like to strengthen bilateral cooperation to realise a free and open Indo-Pacific”
He also praised the leadership of PM Modi and the growth India is witnessing under PM Modi. Japanese Prime Minister said “Prime Minister Narendra Modi is an outstanding leader of his great country and I have always believed and stated that the relationship between Japan and India is blessed with the largest potential in the world”
Japan Prime Minister talking about the strong bond between India & Japan said “Japan-India cooperation continued to expand broadly in many fields such as security, investment, information technology, agriculture, health, environment and tourism,we share a big win-win potential in all areas and he further committed to support India’s economic growth and Prime Minister Modi’s Make in India initiative through high-speed rail, subways and other infrastructure, mobilising Japan’s world-leading technologies,”
Japan Prime Minister has also debunked the fake propaganda spread by the Congress on the matter of bullet train. Congress had spread fake news that the funds have been stopped by the Japan for bullet train and PM Modi’s dream project will now not be a reality and will come to an end. But Japan PM Shinzo Abe has put an end to all rumours and infact talked about the completion of project soon and further deepening ties between both the nations following the completion of the project
“The day when Japanese Shinkansen bullet trains start running between Mumbai and Ahmedabad through cooperation will mark a shining symbol of Japan-india friendship in the future, Abe added.
Before leaving for the Japan, Prime Minister Modi too talked about the strong partnership between both nations. Prime Minister Modi described India and Japan as a “winning combination”. Japan is India’s most trusted partner in its economic and technological modernisation, he said.
This is the 13th meeting of PM Modi with his Japanese Counterpart Shinzo Abe. In this meeting apart from bilateral issues, the two leaders are expected to deliberate on a range of regional and global issues including the situation in the Indo-Pacific region. PM Modi will also address the Indian community function in Tokyo and will attend a series of business events and address the business forum
Source : Times Now