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ASEAN-India Summit: PM Narendra Modi meets Japanese counterpart Abe Shinzo

The meeting comes ahead of Abe's visit to India on December 11 to hold annual summit talks with Narendra Modi.

ASEAN-India Summit, narendra Modi, Abe Shinzo, Modi meets Shinzo, modi ASEAN, Narendra modi news PM Narendra Modi with Japanese Prime Minister Abe Shinzo at ASEAN-India Summit in Myanmar on Saturday, November 21.

Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Saturday met his Japanese counterpart who said Indo-Japan ties have the greatest potential of any bilateral relationship in the world.

The two leaders met on the sidelines of 13th ASEAN-India Summit here in the Malaysian capital.

“Working through lunch with an old friend. PM @AbeShinzo hosts PM @narendramodi for the second bilateral,” External Affairs Ministry Spokesman Vikas Swarup tweeted.


Earlier Modi met his Chinese counterpart Li Keqiang.

“The India-Japan relationship has the greatest potential of any bilateral relationship in the world,” Abe was quoted by Swarup as saying.

The meeting comes ahead of Abe’s visit to India on December 11 to hold annual summit talks with Modi and take further the already close relations between the two major Asian economies.

In the 9th annual Indo-Japan summit talks, Modi and Abe are likely to review implementation of various decisions taken in course of last one year to boost ties, particularly in the trade and investment sector.

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Modi had visited Japan from August 30 to September 3 last year during which that country had announced doubling of its private and public investment in India to about USD 34 billion over a period of five years.

First published on: 21-11-2015 at 01:19:02 pm
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