New Delhi, March 19.
Japan’s Prime Minister Fumio Kishida is currently on a visit to India and on Saturday he met PM Modi. In this meeting, economic and cultural relations between the two heads of state were discussed and some agreements were also reached. An important investment agreement has been signed between Japan and India from an economic point of view. PM Modi told after the meeting that Japan will invest 5 trillion yen i.e. about 3.2 lakh crore rupees inside India in the next five years.
Increased talk of PM’s speech
During this, PM Modi told that Japanese companies will come forward to invest more in India, for this there have been many economic agreements between the two countries.
PM Modi said that new dimensions have been added in the technology and innovation sector between India and Japan and it will continue to grow.
PM Modi said that our discussion today has paved the way for taking our mutual cooperation to new heights. We exchanged views on many regional and global issues apart from the oppositional issues.
The PM said that we have decided to increase our coordination in the United Nations and other international fora as well.
Story first published: Saturday, March 19, 2022, 21:13 [IST]