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Prime Minister Narendra Modi who is on a visit to Japan has penned an op-ed in Japanese newspaper on the vibrant relations between India and Japan. Mr Modi tweeted that ours is a partnership for peace, stability, and prosperity. Mr Modi said, he traces the journey of our special friendship which completes 70 glorious years. The Prime Minister said that closer India-Japan cooperation is vital in the post-COVID world and the two nations are firmly committed to democratic values. He said, together, 

India and Japan are key pillars of a



stable and secure Indo-Pacific region. Mr Modi said that he is equally glad that we are working closely in various multilateral forums as well.

He also said that he has had the opportunity to regularly interact with the Japanese people since his days as Gujarat Chief Minister. He said, Japan’s developmental strides have always been admirable. Mr. Modi added that Japan is partnering with India in key sectors including infrastructure, technology, innovation, start-ups, and more.




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