Japan: Prime Minister Narendra Modi today arrived in Tokyo, the capital of Japan. Addressing the Indian tourists at an event organized in his honor, he said that language, dress and culture have become a part of your life because of the etiquette of the Indian community. Prime Minister Modi said that Japan is attached to its roots like a lotus flower. The relationship between India and Japan is similar. India and Japan are natural partners, having completed 70 years of this relationship. India’s relationship with Japan is one of Buddhism and Buddhism. We have Mother Saraswati and Benjayatin in Japan.
He further said that even in the 21st century, India and Japan are making efforts to develop their cultural ties. Today’s world needs more than ever to follow the path shown by Lord Buddha. This is the only way to deal with violence, terrorism or climate change. The Prime Minister further said that today we are moving fast for Green Future and Green Road Mem. Adequate attention is being paid to the green hydrogen project. By the end of this decade, we will have achieved the target of 50% non-fossil fuels.
Addressing the people at the program, PM Modi said, “I don’t enjoy drawing lines on butter, I draw lines on stones.” Prime Minister Modi said, “I have got the culture that I will always work for big challenges and goals. Addressing the people of the Indian community, PM Modi said that while India was celebrating 75 years of independence, it was also planning for the next 25 years. The Prime Minister said that the global supply chain has suffered in the last two years. Questions have been raised about it. We are moving towards self-reliance to avoid this crisis. Our investment is not just for India but for the world.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi arrived in Japan to attend the Quad Summit. PM Fumio Kishidana of Japan as well as Native Indians living in Tokyo gave a grand welcome to PM Modi. Then the Indians chanted ‘Bharat Ma Ka Sher Aaya’ and ‘Bharat Ma Ki Jai’. PM Modi met with many top Japanese businessmen. The chairman of Suzuki Motor Corporation also praised the work of Prime Minister Modi.
Four countries, including India, will take part in the Quad Summit to be held in Tokyo on May 24. US President Joe Biden, Prime Minister of Japan and PM of Australia Anthony Albasin will be present along with Indian Prime Minister Modi. Ahead of the quad summit, US President Joe Biden held a bilateral meeting with Japanese PM Fumio Kishida. Biden, meanwhile, made it clear that the United States would help protect Taiwan from Chinese aggression. Biden warned against Taiwan, saying China was playing with risk.
The PM was shocked to hear the Hindi of a Japanese child
PM Modi was given a grand welcome by the Indian community in Japan. The children came in Indian clothes to welcome the PM. When he heard Hindi from the mouth of a Japanese child, PM Modi asked the child, “Can you speak Hindi?” So the child refused saying that I can’t speak Hindi. Then PM Modi was taken aback. Along with this PM Modi also gave autographs to the children. Indians met PM Modi and chanted ‘Bharat Ma Ka Sher Aaya’ and ‘Bharat Ma Ki Jai’.
PM Modi: The launch of IPEF is our collective desire
On the occasion of the inauguration of IPEF, PM Modi said that this is a declaration of our collective will. I thank President Biden very much for this important initiative. The Indo-Pacific region is a hub for production, economic activity and investment. India has been its main center for centuries. The oldest trading port of India was at Lothal. It is therefore imperative that we find common solutions to the challenges of the economic sector.
PM Modi met the Chairman of NEC Corporation
PM Modi in Tokyo National Working Committee (NEC) Corporation Chairman Dr. Nobuhiro met Endo. PM Modi lauded the role of NEC in India’s telecom sector and discussed new and technological opportunities in India. You said that since your days as the Chief Minister of Gujarat, I have had the opportunity to interact regularly with the people of Japan. Japan’s developmental progress has always been commendable. Japan is partnering with India in key areas including infrastructure, technology, innovation, start-ups, etc.
Advisers of Suzuki Motor Corporation praised PM Modi
Prime Minister Narendra Modi called on Masayoshi Son, Board Director of Softbank Group Corp in Tokyo. He also met Osamu Suzuki, an advisor to Suzuki Motor Corporation. Masayoshi Son, board director of Softbank Group Corporation, also praised PM Modi and India. He said that India is moving fast. New startups are being formed every day in India and new unicorns are being created. I think India’s future is bright. Prime Minister Modi is committed to India’s success. They are supporting startups and Unicorn. With this they are making India a tech hub in the world. Tadashi Yanai, chairman, president and CEO of Uniclo, praised India after meeting PM Modi. Tadashi Yanai said that the people of India deserve praise for starting a business. PM Modi asked him to participate in the PM-Mitra scheme, which has been launched to strengthen the textile sector.
These matters were discussed with Suzuki
The Prime Minister and Osamu Suzuki also discussed investment opportunities in India. As well as to achieve the goal of sustainable growth, special emphasis was laid on setting up electric vehicle and battery manufacturing plants and starting recycling centers in India. They discussed strategies for building local innovation systems in India, including skills development by the Japan-India Institute of Manufacturing and Japanese Endowed Courses in India.
PM Modi meets Japanese businessmen
Prime Minister Narendra Modi had a meeting with Japanese businessmen. He tweeted that these businessmen have a lot of enthusiasm for India. The PM wrote that he met top businessmen in Tokyo. Our conversation focused on a wide range of topics, including investment innovation, from technology to textiles, and startup improvements. These entrepreneurs have a lot of enthusiasm for the entrepreneurship of India and the youth of India.