The interaction between India and Japan is the basis for ensuring the stability and security of the Indo-Pacific region. This was announced by Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Monday, reports today, May 23, TASS.
According to the agency, he made such a statement when he arrived for a visit to Tokyo.
“Closer cooperation between India and Japan is vital in the postal world. [пандемии] coronavirus. Our peoples are firmly attached to democratic values. Together, we are the pillars of a stable and secure Indo-Pacific. I am also happy that we are cooperating closely in various multilateral forums,” Modi pointed out.
He recalled that India and Japan are cooperating in sectors such as infrastructure, technology, innovation, start-ups and more.
The Indian Prime Minister arrived in Tokyo to attend the summit of the Quadrilateral Security Dialogue (Quad), which includes Australia, India, the United States and Japan. During the trip, it is planned to have bilateral meetings with the leaders of the Quad countries.
The Quadripartite Security Dialogue was founded in 2007 as a mechanism for interaction in the Asia-Pacific region and the Indian Ocean. The first meeting of foreign ministers of the four countries was held in September 2019 in New York. In March 2021, the first Quad Summit took place. Due to the pandemic, it was held in a virtual format. In September 2021, the first face-to-face association summit is organized in Washington.