During his visit to Japan, Prime Minister Narendra Modi will attend a bilateral meeting with his Japanese counterpart, Fumio Kishida. Foreign Secretary Vinay Kwatra stated in a special briefing of the Ministry of External Affairs, “During the upcoming visit of PM Modi, he would, of course, have a greeting occasion with PM Kishida to convey his condolences in person, but PM Modi will also have a brief bilateral meeting with PM Kishida.”
PM Modi will go to Tokyo on September 27, 2022, to attend the State Funeral of former Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe. During his visit, he will attend the State Funeral service at Budokan, which will be followed by a welcoming ceremony at Akasaka Palace.
In response to questions from the media about potential Quad bilateral meetings, he stated, “At this moment, no further bilateral meet scheduled, or any other meetings planned.” “During this visit, PM Modi will have the opportunity to attend the state burial alongside representatives from 100 other countries, as well as 20 heads of state and governments. Along with that, PM Modi will have the opportunity to meet with PM Kishida and Mrs. Abe to personally express his condolences to the country, the leadership, and Mrs. Abe ” Report.
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