PM Modi in Japan LIVE: PM Modi meets with the CEO of a Japanese telecommunications company.Meet Biden in Quad Summit
On Tuesday, Prime Minister Modi will attend the Quad Summit 2022. He will also meet with US Vice President Joe Biden, Japanese Prime Minister Fumio Kishida, and recently sworn-in Australian Prime Minister Anthony Albanese.
PM Narendra Modi is now in Japan. Prime Minister Narendra Modi is in Tokyo, kicking off a busy programme. The prime minister will attend a conference called by US President Joe Biden to launch the Indo-Pacific Economic Framework on Day 1. He will also meet with the president of the United States on a bilateral basis.
‘We’re going to meet tomorrow…’: Biden’s comments the day before the Quad Summit
“Tomorrow, we’ll meet with our fellow Quad partners, Australia and India, for our Leaders’ Summit, our second meeting in person. Quad is demonstrating to the world that cooperation among democracies can achieve great things “ahead of the Quad Summit, says US President Joe Biden
PM Modi meets with the CEO of a Japanese telecommunications company.
In Tokyo, Prime Minister Narendra Modi talks with NEC Corporation Chairman Dr. Nobuhiro Endo.
Biden says he is ‘considering’ reducing some trade tariffs with China.
US Vice President Joe Biden said Monday that he is “considering” lowering some trade penalties against China, despite the fact that they were not imposed by his administration. “We did not implement any of those taxes,” he said in Tokyo when asked if the penalties could be lifted, adding that doing so would be difficult “being considered”
In Japan, Prime Minister Modi and US Vice President Biden will focus on Ukraine and bilateral ties.
There will be three legs to Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s interactions with US President Joe Biden in Tokyo: bilateral, quadrilateral, and as part of the introduction of the Indo-Pacific Economic Framework (IPEF). All three factors point to the India-US relationship’s strengths as well as challenges.
‘Waah…’: Prime Minister Modi is impressed when a Japanese child speaks Hindi in Tokyo.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi was greeted warmly upon his arrival at a hotel in Tokyo, Japan’s capital. Japanese children were among those waiting to see the prime minister, some of whom were holding tricolour posters.
PM Modi engaged with youngsters while signing autographs for them in a video provided by news agency ANI. “Waah! Where did you get your knowledge of Hindi? … Are you familiar with it?, “PM Modi enquired of the children.
Prime Minister Modi India-Japan defence cooperation are fast expanding.
“From exercises and information exchanges to defence manufacturing, our defence links are quickly expanding.” “We are doing more in the cyber, space, and underwater sectors,” Prime Minister Narendra Modi said in an op-ed piece published in a popular Japanese newspaper.