PM Modi Japan visit: PM Narendra Modi recently initiated his three-day visit to Japan for the Annual Bilateral Summit. A Civil Nuclear deal has been finalised in this visit.
PM Modi Japan visit commenced from November 10
Japan has promised India to help it get through the membership in Nuclear Suppliers’ Group. Apart from this, the introduction of bullet train from Mumbai to Ahmedabad will also be assisted by Japan. The transfer of technology will follow in phases and the Indian railways is supposed to benefit from it.
Under the Make in India project, Japan will be enhancing its base in Indian market, the thrust area would include the manufacturing sector.
Soon, Japan will be opening its tourism for Indians by introducing Japan Tourism in India. For this purpose, it will soon open its office in New Delhi, India.
And from now on Indian students will get visa for Japan easily as the discussions tell.
“I will have a detailed interaction with top business leaders from India and Japan, to look for ways to further strengthen our trade and investment ties….Our partnership with Japan is characterized as a Special Strategic and Global Partnership. India and Japan see each other through a prism of shared Buddhist heritage, democratic values, and commitment to an open, inclusive and rules-based global order.”
-PM Modi on November 9, 2016
The Indian Ministry Spokesperson, Vikas Swarup had earlier announced the completion of the legal and technical formalities, and now PM Modi will pursue further talks on the matter on his visit. India-Japan has been closely engaging in talks over the nuclear deal for years now and in the recent visit it has been finalised.