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PM Modi wraps up ‘fruitful’ Japan visit: Key highlights from his ‘action-packed’ two days in Hiroshima

Prime Minister Narendra Modi marked a ‘fruitful visit’ to Japan’s end on Sunday. PM Modi attended the G7 summit in Pakistan following an invitation from his Japanese counterpart Fumio Kishida. 

PM Modi expresses gratitude to Japan for their ‘warmth’ 

Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Sunday morning took to Twitter to share a tweet in which he thanked PM Kishida and the people of Japan for their warmth and hospitality. 

“It has been a fruitful visit to Japan. Met Several world leaders during the G-7 Summit and discussed a variety of issues with them. Gratitude to PM Kishida, the Government, and the people of Japan for their warmth. Leaving for Papua New Guinea in a short while,” the PM said in his tweet. 

PM Modi’s ‘action-packed visit’ 

External Affairs Ministry spokesperson Arindam Bagchi also took to Twitter to announce the wrap of PM Modi’s ‘action packed’ Japan visit. 

“PM Modi concludes his visit to Japan following two days of intense bilateral and multilateral engagements with key partners. PM now departs for Port Moersby for the next leg of his visit,” he wrote.  

Key Highlights from PM Modi’s Japan Visit 

PM Modi arrived in Japan’s Hiroshima on Friday to attend the annual summit of the G7. The G7 grouping includes advanced economies like Japan, the United States, the United Kingdom, France, Germany, Canada and Italy, as well as the European Union. There has been many highlights of PM Modi’s Japan visit which have been in discussion. Mentioning a few of them below: 

PM Modi’s handshake with US Prez Biden 

In a warm display of camaradiere, PM Modi and US President Joe Biden was seen sharing a hug as they met in Hiroshima. It was Biden who walked up to PM Modi to hug him when he was seated among other G-7 leaders. 

Absolutely unacceptable: PM Modi on use of nuclear weapons 

PM Modi said that the use of weapons of mass destruction is totally unacceptable. In an interview with a Japanese daily, PM Modi said that he would not accept the use of nuclear weapons, saying, “The use of weapons of mass destruction is absolutely unacceptable.” He added that he is ready to hold talks with world leaders to move towards a ‘world without nuclear powers’ proposed by Japanese PM Kishida. 

PM Modi meets Ukraine’s Zelenskyy 

Prime Minsiter Narendra Modi also held bilateral talks with Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy on the sidelines of the G7 summit on Saturday. The Prime Minister’s Office in a tweet shared the pictures of two leaders shaking hands. 

“Today we heard from President Zelensky. I also met him yesterday. I do not consider the current situation as an issue of politics or economy. I believe it is an issue of humanity, an issue of human values,” the prime minister said.

“We have said from the beginning, that dialogue and diplomacy is the only way. And to solve this situation, we will try as much as possible, whatever can be done from India,” he said.

This was Indian Prime Minister’s first in-person meeting with his Ukrainian Prez after the Russian invasion of Ukraine in February last year. 

Sharp criticism of China’s aggression in the Indo-Pacific 

The Prime Minister launching a scathing attack on China said that India is committed to protecting its sovereignty and integrity amid China’s military expansion in the South China Sea and East China Sea. 

See also: Prez Biden teases PM Modi on his popularity: ‘I should take your autograph’

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