Indian Prime Minister arrived in Japan’s capital city, Tokyo on November 10 to attend the annual bilateral summit. It is the 11th summit between the two countries. Thisis the second visit to Japan by Prime Minister NarendraModi. Previously he had visited Japan in 2014 to join in the annual summit.
Bilateral Relations between India and Japan:
- Prime Minister Modi during his visit to Japan stayed for a while in Thailand on November 10 and paid tribute to the late King BhumibolAdulyadej.
- Prime Minister Modi attended the annual summit meeting with the Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe on November 11. In addition to the nuclear deal, it included thesigning of 9 different agreements.
- India is the first country among those who are not signatories to the NPT. India has signed the civil nuclear cooperation agreement with Japan.
- Although after a nuclear test, Japan reserves the right to cancel the civilian nuclear deal.
- Also, space science, skills development, railways, etc. are the part of bilateral
- The annual summit between the two countries began in 2006.