PM Modi holds bilateral talks with Japanese counterpart Fumio Kishida
Since India is the G20 chair this year and simultaneously Japan holds the current G7 presidency, PM Modi said "Today's
Since India is the G20 chair this year and simultaneously Japan holds the current G7 presidency, PM Modi said "Today's meeting is a great opportunity to work together keeping the self-goals of both nations in mind."
Updated on Mar 20, 2023 05:09 PM IST 8 Photos
Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Monday held bilateral delegation-level talks with his Japanese counterpart Fumio Kishida at Hyderabad House in Delhi. (ANI/PIB)
PM Modi also thanked Kishida for inviting him to the G7 Summit in Japan later this year during their talk. (PTI)
"Today Japanese Prime Minister Fumio Kishida invited me to the G7 Leaders' Summit which will be held in Hiroshima in May. I thank him for this," PM Modi said in a joint press statement after the meeting. (PTI)
"I welcome Japanese PM Fumio Kishida to India. In the last one year, PM Fumio Kishida and I have met several times and every time I've felt his positivity and commitment to the India-Japan bilateral relationship. His today's visit will be beneficial to maintain this momentum," PM Modi said. (PTI)