Japan's Prime Minister Shinzo Abe has invited Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi for a dinner in the Yamuna-based villa.
This is the first invitation of an international leader of a kind. Actually, Prime Minister Modi is going to Japan on a two-day tour to participate in the India-Japan Summit.
He will go to Japan on October 28-29 Modi had welcomed Abe in Ahmedabad during the last year's visit to India and he took him to Mahatma Gandhi's Sabarmati Ashram
For this reason
Abe is going to welcome PM Narendra Modi in a special villa. According to sources, the dinner which has been organized by Abe in Modi's reception, some Japanese MPs and leaders will also be present. Yamanashi is known due to the Mount Fuji volcano
This place is 100 kilometers from Japan's capitalist tokens. Lunch is being held for PM Modi at a hotel near Mount Fuji. On the first day of the summit i.e. 28th October, PM will be in Yamanashi
Shinzo Abe and PM Modi will talk in Yamanashi itself. From here, Modi will visit the Phanuk Robotics Center. After this the dinners have been kept in the evening for them in a private villa. According to sources, during the bilateral talks between the two leaders
There could be several important issues. In view of China, both leaders can negotiate on the Defense Agreement. India's Ambassador to Japan Kenji Hiramatsu said that there could be a discussion on several projects between the two leaders
The 13th India-Japan Summit is expected to have a military logistics agreement. In the Indo-Pacific region, there will also be discussions on infrastructure and security.
Addressing journalists about Modi's visit, Foreign Secretary Vijay Gokhale said, "There will be formal talks during the Summit on the Acquisition and Cross Servicing Agreement (ACSA)." However, he said that no
announcement has been made about signing the ACSA. India and Japan are doing regular military exercises. news patrika......