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Prime Minister’s visit to Japan is scheduled tomorrow for the annual two-sided meeting with his counterpart Shinzo Abe. PM Modi today revealed that the main motive of his visit to Japan is to improve trade conditions, investment ties and bilateral cooperation in new sectors.

Before departing towards Japan PM Modi stated that he will have a long conversation with Mr. Abe and will also meet with the business leaders and captains of Industry from both the countries. He added that he will interact with Indian community members also.

These meetings further will work in our favor and will also reinforce our trade and investment ties. Besides this, it will provide support in new areas such as healthcare, digital technologies, agriculture, food processing, disaster risk reduction and disaster resilient infrastructure, said Modi.

Noting that Japan was one of the most faithful associates and plays an important role in the growth of India’s Economy and technology, it also is one of the biggest investors in the Country, said PM Modi. If we talk about the Projects like Mumbai-Ahmedabad High-Speed Rail and Dedicated Freight Corridors, it imitates the high level and power of our economic commitment.

Japan also plays a key role with its commitment towards our National Programmes, such as ‘Make in India’,; Skill India’, ‘Digital India’, ‘Start-Up India’. PM Modi said that the investors from Japan have full belief in the Indian economy which has countless opportunities and also has a bright future. We also respect japan’s worldwide leadership in modernization, technology, and the best regime, PM Modi added.

“In this visit, I have an opportunity to see some of Japan’s high-tech competence in robotics”, Modi asserted.

Since 2014 this is the third time that PM Modi is visiting Japan for the purpose of the annual bilateral summit and this is going to be his 12th meeting with Mr. Abe.

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