PM Modi reaches Japan, meets children outside hotel…

New Delhi | PM Modi Japan Visit : Prime Minister Narendra Modi has reached Japan on Monday on his two-day visit. According to the information shared, here PM Modi will participate in a summit of Quad leaders. The conference focused on further strengthening cooperation among the member states of the influential grouping and to discuss developments related to the Indo-Pacific region. Giving information in this regard by tweeting PM Modi also said that I have reached Tokyo. During this visit, I will attend various events including the Quad Summit, meet Quad leaders, interact with top Japanese industrialists and interact with the vibrant Indian community.

Talked to the kids outside the hotel…

PM Modi Japan Visit : Foreign Ministry spokesperson Arindam Bagchi tweeted that Namaskar, Tokyo. Prime Minister Narendra was given a warm welcome in Tokyo upon his arrival. Let us tell you that this is his fifth visit to Japan in the last 8 years. India, the US, Japan and Australia are involved in the Quad Security Dialogue Initiative. Prime Minister Modi interacts with children outside the hotel in Tokyo. During this, he also saw the painting of a girl child and gave her autograph. Modi also talked to a boy with a picture of the tricolor. He asked the boy from where he had learned Hindi and praised him for his good grasp of the language.

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The Prime Ministers of America, Japan and Australia will take part…

PM Modi Japan Visit : Modi tweeted after interacting with the Indian community in Japan that the Indian community in Japan has made pioneering contributions in various fields. They have also been associated with their roots in India. I would like to thank the people of the Indian community living in Japan for the warm welcome. Apart from Modi, US President Joe Biden, Japanese Prime Minister Fumio Kishida and Australian Prime Minister Anthony Albanese will participate in the Quad summit to be held in Tokyo on May 24. Before leaving for Japan, he said that I would like to meet the Quad leaders in Japan. – Participate in the Second Front Summit, which will give the leaders of the four Quad countries an opportunity to review the progress of the Quad initiatives.

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