Narendra Modi lands in Tokyo to bring jobs for Make in India

Photo of India's Prime Minister Narendra Modi coming out of his official flight during his visit of Japan.

Tokyo: India’s Prime Minister Narendra Modi today landed in Tokyo at attend that annual India-Japan bilateral summit that is going to be start from tomorrow to establish more business tie between the two countries.

The External Affairs Ministry spokespersons Vikas Swarup tweeted, “Konbanwa Tokyo! PM @narendramodi arrives in Japan for the Annual Summit, his second visit in two years.”

Modi before heading for Tokyo said in a statement yesterday, the high speed railway cooperation between the two countries would boost bilateral trade and investment.”

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“It will not only boost our trade and investment ties, but will also create skilled jobs in India, improve our infrastructure and give a boost to our ‘Make in India’ mission.”

Last year visit of Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe’s to India, the east Asian economic superpower committed itself to a high-speed railway line between Mumbai and Ahmedabad.

The Prime Minister said in Tokyo that he would have a detailed interaction with top business leaders from India and Japan to look for ways to further strengthen trade and investment ties.

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He will call on Japanese Emperor Akihito and review the entire spectrum of the bilateral cooperation with Prime Minister Abe in Tokyo on November 11.

Modi, who left New Delhi early on Thursday morning, made a brief stopover in Bangkok to pay homage to the late Thai King Bhumibol Adulyadej, the world’s longest-ruling monarch, who died last month.

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