PM Modi meets Soft Bank Group Board Director Masayoshi Son in Quad Summit

Prime Minister Modi is on a two-day visit to Japan for the Quad Summit with the leaders of the US, Japan, and Australia. Prime Minister met with the industry leaders from Japan and also the people of the Indian diaspora.

Prime Minister Narendra Modi arrived in Tokyo for the Quad Leaders’ Summit on Monday, beginning a two-day visit to Japan. He met Soft Bank Group Board Director Masayoshi Son and other important business leaders of Japan.

In Tokyo, Prime Minister Modi also met with Dr. Nobuhiro Endo, Chairman of NEC Corporation. He praised NEC’s contribution to India’s telecommunications sector. Also, highlighting the potential of new and emerging technologies in India, according to MEA spokesperson Arindam Bagchi.

PM Modi and the chairman of the National Economic Council discussed many reforms aimed at making it easier to do business in India, including industrial growth, taxation, and labor.

Modi meets indian diaspora

“Har Har Modi,” “Modi Modi,” “Vande Mataram,” and “Bharat Mata ki Jai” slogans rang throughout the hotel as Indian diaspora members shouted and waved their flags in honor of the Prime Minister. The phrase “Welcome” was printed in many languages on posters held by children.

The Prime Minister also spoke with one of the children there and gave him an autograph. “Waah! From whom did you learn Hindi? You know it pretty well?” PM Modi asked Japanese children who were waiting for his autograph alongside Indian children.

“During my visit to Tokyo, I look forward to continuing our conversation further, with an aim to strengthen the India-Japan Special Strategic and Global Partnership,” Modi said ahead of his visit.

Thus, the PM will attend an event hosted by US President Joe Biden to launch the Indo-Pacific Economic Framework later in the day. He’ll also meet with Biden on a bilateral basis. The Quad Summit, which will take place tomorrow, is the main feature of the Prime Minister’s visit.

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