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PM Modi meets Japan’s Kishida, condoles Shinzo Abe’s dying

High Minister Narendra Modi met his Jap counterpart Fumio Kishida and expressed condolences at the dying of former PM Shinzo Abe. PM Modi flew to Tokyo to wait Abe’s state funeral.

High Minister Narendra Modi held a bilateral assembly along with his counterpart Fumio Kishida on Tuesday. (Photograph: AP)

High Minister Narendra Modi met his Jap counterpart Fumio Kishida on Tuesday. In a bilateral assembly, the 2 leaders mentioned the subject associated with India-Japan members of the family that experience grown exponentially up to now few years.

PM Modi had flown to Tokyo on Monday to wait the previous Jap PM Shinzo Abe’s state funeral.

Taking to Twitter, PM Modi wrote, “Had a fruitful assembly with PM Kishida. We mentioned more than a few bilateral topics. I conveyed my condolences at the tragic dying of former PM Shinzo Abe”.

Had a fruitful assembly with PM Kishida. We mentioned more than a few bilateral topics. I conveyed my condolences at the tragic dying of former PM Shinzo Abe. @kishida230 %.twitter.com/B46HQ4tbca

— Narendra Modi (@narendramodi) September 27, 2022

“PM Narendra Modi met Jap PM Fumio Kishida & prolonged his private condolences at the premature dying of former PM Shinzo Abe. Additionally had an invaluable trade on additional improving bilateral members of the family and dealing in combination in opposition to the realisation of a unfastened, open & inclusive Indo-Pacific,” tweeted Arindam Bagchi, legit spokesperson, Ministry of Exterior Affairs.

PM @narendramodi met Jap PM @kishida230 & prolonged his private condolences at the premature dying of former PM Shinzo Abe.

Additionally had an invaluable trade on additional improving bilateral members of the family and dealing in combination in opposition to realization of a unfastened, open & inclusive IndoPacific. %.twitter.com/BMsTYnQLW6

— Arindam Bagchi (@MEAIndia) September 27, 2022

Abe, Japan’s longest-serving top minister, was once assassinated on July 8 whilst turning in a speech at a political match in Nara Town in Japan. The Indian govt had introduced someday of nationwide mourning on July 9.

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