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Modi’s Tokyo Evening: Meetings With Suzuki, Apparel Giant Uniqlo & Ex-PM Suga

| Updated : May 23, 2022, 10:33 am
Updated : May 23, 2022, 10:33 am

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NEW DELHI: A workaholic he is, Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s Tokyo itinerary will be a choc-a-bloc with him seizing every opportunity that the Quad Leaders’ Summit provides.

Apart from meeting the three world leaders – US President Joseph Biden, Japanese PM Fumio Kishida and newly-elected Australian PM Anthony Albanese – PM Modi will also meet top honchos of Japanese transnational corporations during his two-day visit.

Reaching Tokyo on Monday, just a day ahead of Quad Leaders Summit, PM Modi will be greeted by the Indian diaspora. He will hold four separate meetings with Nobuhiro Endo, Chairman of NEC Corporation, Tadashi Yanai, Chairman/President & CEO, UNIQLO and Osamu Suzuki, Adviser, Suzuki Motor Corporation.

PM Modi will also meet Masayoshi Son, President/CEO of the Softbank Group Corp. Softbank has pumped about USD 8 billion into the Indian market.


 

Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s itinerary for his Tokyo visit

 

On the same day, PM Modi will kick off the Indo-Pacific Economic Partnership at Izumi Gardens Gallery in Tokyo. Later in the afternoon, he will hold another round of discussions with the business leaders before arriving at Imperial Hotel to interact with the Indian community living in Japan.

On Tuesday, the second day of his visit, PM Modi will be mostly busy with the Quad Leaders’ Summit. He will also hold bilateral talks with President Biden and PM Albanese.

Later in the day, PM Modi will meet Yoshihide Suga, former Prime Minister of Japan. He will also hold talks with the Chairman of the Japan-India Association.

In the evening, PM Modi will be at Akasaka Palace to hold talks with PM Kishida. PM Kishida will also hold a banquet dinner in the evening.

On Tuesday night, PM Modi will depart Tokyo for India, where he will reach five in the morning of Wednesday.


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