A Major Investment in India Announced by the Japanese PM: Know More

  • During his two-day visit to India, Japanese Prime Minister Fumio Kishida is set to announce a five-year outlay of 5 trillion yen ($42 billion) in the country.

  • The Japanese Prime Minister is also expected to sign an energy cooperation agreement aimed at reducing carbon emissions.

  • This is PM Modi's second in-person conference with Japanese Prime Minister Kishida, who met last year on the sidelines of the Glasgow Climate Summit.

  • PM Modi is scheduled to visit Japan later this year for the 2nd in-person summit pf the QUAD grouping

  • The Quad, which consists of India, the United States, Australia, and Japan, has been rapidly evolving in response to China's violent moves in the Indo-Pacific.


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