PM Modi holds bilateral meetings with his Japanese and Australian counterparts

They discussed a range of issues including Indo-Pacific, regional developments, supply chain resilience, trade, digital economy and people to people ties.

Prime Minister Narendra Modi and his Japanese counterpart Yoshihide Suga had a fruitful meeting in Washington DC. The two leaders held discussions on several issues including ways to give further impetus to trade and cultural ties.

They discussed a range of issues including Indo-Pacific, regional developments, supply chain resilience, trade, digital economy and people to people ties.

Prime Minister Narendra Modi also held a bilateral meeting with his Australian counterpart Scott Morrison on the sidelines of the Quad Leaders’ Summit in Washington DC last night.

This was the first in-person meeting between the two leaders in the post-pandemic period. The last bilateral meeting between Prime Minister Modi and Prime Minister Morrison was the Leaders’ Virtual Summit held on 4 June last year when the Strategic Partnership between India and Australia was elevated to a Comprehensive Strategic Partnership.

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