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PM Modi, Japan’ Suga agree to further strengthen Indo-Japan relationship

Updated: September 26, 2020 12:31 pm
Prime Minister Narendra Modi and his Japanese counterpart SUGA Yoshihide have expressed mutual intention to further strengthen the Indo-Japan relationship based on principles of trust and shared values. Both the leaders agreed that the bilateral Special Strategic and Global Partnership between the two countries have made great advances over the last few years. Interacting over a phone call Prime Minister congratulated Mr. Yoshihide on his appointment as the Prime Minister of Japan and wished him success in achieving his goals.

The two leaders concurred that the partnership between the two countries is even more relevant in today’s times given the global challenges, including that of the COVID-19 pandemic. They emphasized that the economic architecture of a free, open and inclusive Indo-Pacific region must be premised on resilient supply chains, and in this context, welcomed cooperation between India, Japan and other like-minded countries.

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