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Japanese PM arrives in India to hold summit talks with Modi

Besides key bilateral issues, the situation in Ukraine is also likely to figure in the Modi-Kishida talks

Fumio Kishida
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Japanese Prime Minister Fumio Kishida arrived here on a short visit.

The visiting leader is scheduled to hold summit talks with Prime Minister Narendra Modi at 5 pm.

The Japanese prime minister arrived in New Delhi at around 3:40 pm and is scheduled to depart at 8 am on Sunday.

The previous India-Japan annual summit took place in Tokyo in October 2018.

Besides key bilateral issues, the situation in Ukraine is also likely to figure in the Modi-Kishida talks.

"The summit will provide an opportunity for both sides to review and strengthen the bilateral cooperation in diverse areas as well

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First Published: Mar 19 2022 | 4:38 PM IST

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