Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Thursday held a bilateral meeting with Japanese counterpart Yoshihide Suga in Washington D.C. ahead of the Quad Summit.
On day one of his US visit, PM Modi held a series of meeting with global CEOs, Australian counterpart Scott Morrison, Vice President Kamala Harris and Japanese PM.
“A Special Strategic and Global Partnership with Japan-firmly rooted in history & based on common values! PM Narendra Modi & PM Yoshihide Suga met today. Discussed a range of issues: Indo-Pacific, regional developments, supply chain resilience, trade, digital economy & P2P ties.”
Furthering friendship with Japan Prime Ministers @narendramodi and @sugawitter had a fruitful meeting in Washington DC. Both leaders held discussions on several issues including ways to give further impetus to trade and cultural ties, MEA tweeted.