Japanese Prime Minister Fumio Kishida is set to embark on a three-day visit to India from March 19, in a bid to strengthen the bilateral ties between the two countries.
The visit is expected to be a major milestone in the relationship between India and Japan, as the two countries look to further strengthen their strategic partnership. During his visit, Prime Minister Kishida is expected to meet with Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi and other senior officials.
The two countries are expected to discuss a range of issues, including economic cooperation, security and defense, and regional and global issues. Prime Minister Kishida is also expected to visit the Indian Institute of Technology in Delhi, where he will deliver a speech on the importance of science and technology in the 21st century.
The visit is also expected to focus on the development of the Asia-Africa Growth Corridor (AAGC), a joint initiative between India and Japan to promote economic development in the region. The AAGC is expected to focus on infrastructure development, human resource development, and the promotion of regional connectivity.
The visit is also expected to focus on the strengthening of the India-Japan Special Strategic and Global Partnership, which was established in 2006. The partnership is aimed at deepening the bilateral ties between the two countries, and promoting cooperation in areas such as security, defense, and economic development.
Prime Minister Kishida’s visit is expected to further strengthen the ties between India and Japan, and will be a major step towards furthering the strategic partnership between the two countries.