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PM Modi in Japan, meets counterpart to hold summit level talks

two leaders are slated to hold summit level talks and it will include defence and regional security issues

Prime Minister Narendra Modi reached Tokyo to attend the 13th India-Japan annual summit.

In Tokyo, the Prime Minister Modi met his Japanese counterpart Shinzo Abe.

The two leaders are slated to hold summit level talks and it will include defence and regional security issues.

It is 12th visit of PM Modi to Japan and PM Narendra Modi has gifted two handcrafted quartz bowls to his Japanese counterpart Shinzo Abe.

Along with the bowls, he also presented a specially-crafted ‘dhurrie’ to PM Abe.

It was informed that the bowls have been made of rose and yellow quarts sourced from Rajasthan and have been crafted by master artisan Shabbirhusen Ibrahimbhai Shaikh who belongs to the Khambat area of Gujarat.

Prime Minister Modi was greeted by members of the Indian diaspora upon his arrival at a hotel in Tokyo.

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