Prime Minister Narendra Modi, who is slated to embark on a visit to Japan beginning August 30, had a surprise for the people of the country on Thursday morning. Just days ahead of his visit, the Prime Minister posted some tweets in Japanese to communicate his thoughts.
Modi said that he was asked by “friends from Japan” to talk to the people in the country directly.
Here’s what the Prime Minister tweeted in Japanese and its translation in English:
I will visit Japan from August 30 . I’m very excited , this visit to Japan will strengthen relations.
For me , this visit is a bilateral visit for the first time in the Indian subcontinent outside . It had planned to early July Initially , it became impossible in the circumstances of the parliament .
And elevated to a new level of relationship with Japan , I have seen an opportunity to enhance cooperation in various fields , this visit to Japan.
Visited Tokyo and Kyoto , I interact with people students , political leaders , and business executives , all of the layers of Japanese society.
I visited Japan in premier era , but it’s very warm memories . And hospitality , a wide range of potential cooperation , was impressed deeply.
High precision of the scale of innovation with the Japanese deserve praise. Mark and Japan can learn a lot from each other.
What I look forward in particular , it would be to meet the Prime Minister Abe . I have deeply respected the leadership of him, and has enjoyed a warm relationship through visitation until now.
Through the test of time The friendship with India in Japan is followed . Two countries We are a democracy to be committed to the promotion of peace and prosperity of the world , vibrant
(DISCLAIMER: These tweets have been translated using Google Translation. We do not vouch for accuracy)