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PM Modi speaks to Japanese counterpart; agree to strengthen bilateral ties

"We exchanged views on the tremendous progress in our relationship in the last few years, and the future direction of our Special Strategic and Global Partnership," PM tweeted

Narendra Modi

Prime Minister, Narendra Modi addressing a Conclave on School Education in 21st Century under the National Education Policy 2020, through video conference, in New Delhi on Friday.

Press Trust of India New Delhi
Prime Minister Narendra Modi spoke to his Japanese counterpart Yoshihide Suga and said they agreed that stronger India-Japan ties would help meet the challenges of the current regional and global situation.
"Had a very good conversation with PM Suga Yoshihide. We exchanged views on the tremendous progress in our relationship in the last few years, and the future direction of our Special Strategic and Global Partnership. @sugawitter," Modi tweeted on Friday.
He added, "We agreed that stronger India-Japan ties would help meet the challenges of the current regional and global situation. I look forward to working with PM Suga to further strengthen our all-round partnership.

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First Published: Sep 25 2020 | 8:00 PM IST

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