Prime Minister Modi said this to the Indian diaspora in Tokyo

Prime Minister Modi said this to the Indian diaspora in Tokyo

During his two-day visit to Japan for the Quad Summit, Prime Minister Narendra Modi addressed the Indian diaspora in Tokyo on Monday. He held separate bilateral meetings with Japanese business leaders earlier in the day after arriving in Tokyo at the invitation of his Japanese counterpart Fumio Kishida.

Japan is always a very loving country to me when I visit. The culture of Japan has become second nature to some of you after living here for years. Modi said at the event that dedication to Indian culture and language continues to grow.

Among his main quotes were:

India and Japan should cooperate more closely. Japan played a crucial role in the development of India. Relationships with Japan are characterized by intimacy, spirituality, cooperation, and belonging.

Vivekananda visited Japan before he went to Chicago for his historic address and left a deep impression on his mind there. The patriotism of the Japanese people, their confidence, and their awareness of cleanliness had been commended by him openly.

However, Corona sparked the biggest crisis of the last 100 years. The consequences were not foreseen when the crisis began. The vaccine was not even known at the time. However, India also sent medicine to other nations during that period.

The nation was blessed by Gautam Buddha. There is no problem too big for India to solve, regardless of the scale of the challenge.

As vaccines became available, India provided ‘Made in India’ vaccines to over 100 countries around the world as well as to crores of its citizens.

India is increasing its infrastructure and capacity building at a faster pace and scale than anyone could have imagined. The Japanese are an important partner in developing this capacity.

India-Japan cooperation is evident in the Mumbai-Ahmedabad high-speed rail, the Delhi-Mumbai industrial corridor, or the dedicated freight corridor.

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