Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi was very impressed by listening to Hindi from the mouth of a Japanese child in Japan, the video went viral

Narendra Modi is in Japan on a two-day visit to attend the Quad Summit

Currently the Prime Minister of the country, Narendra Modi has arrived in Japan on a two-day visit to attend the Quad Summit. In Japan where he was welcomed by Indians with the slogans of Har Har Modi and Jai Shri Ram. During this, Indian expatriates as well as Japanese citizens welcomed them at a hotel in Tokyo on Monday. A child was also among those who welcomed PM Modi, who impressed the Prime Minister a lot. He had brought a welcome message in Hindi for PM Modi and the PM talked to that Japanese child in Hindi. This video is becoming fiercely viral on social media.

Let us inform that in the video that is being shared of PM Modi’s conversation with the children, one of the Japanese children even spoke to the Prime Minister in Hindi. After this PM Modi asked him “Wow! Where did you learn Hindi from? You speak Hindi very well.” After this, those children were very happy to get the autograph of the Prime Minister. The Indian diaspora raised slogans of “Bharat Maa Ka Sher” (Lion of India) to welcome PM Modi.

Coming to the Quad Summit, it aims to promote cooperation among the member states of the influential grouping and discuss developments in the Indo-Pacific region. This is the second quad summit of Prime Minister Modi. During this, PM Modi will also hold bilateral meetings with Japanese Prime Minister Fumio Kishida, US President Joe Biden and newly elected Australian Prime Minister Anthony Albanese.

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