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PM Modi wishes Japanese PM Shinzo Abe good health .


Manish K Singhal

New Delhi, September 12 (HS): Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Thursday spoke to Japanese PM Shinzo Abe over the phone and wished him good health and happiness.

“Made a phone call to my dear friend @AbeShinzo to wish him good health and happiness. I deeply cherish our long association. His leadership and commitment have been vital in taking India-Japan partnership to new heights. I am sure this momentum will continue in the coming years,” PM Modi tweeted.

PM Modi called Japanese PM Shinzo Abesoon after India and Japan signed a key pact in defence sector.

During the telephonic conversation, Modi hailed Abe for his leadership and commitment in taking India-Japan ties to new heights.

In a statement issued by the Ministry of External Affairs, “The two leaders reviewed the status of ongoing cooperation, including the Mumbai-Ahmedabad High Speed Rail (MAHSR) project, under the framework of the India-Japan Special Strategic & Global Partnership. They agreed that the strong and enduring partnership between the two countries will play a critical role in charting the course for the global community in the post-Covid world.”

The Ministry said, “They concurred that the agreement will further enhance the depth of defence cooperation between the two countries and contribute to peace and security in the Indo-Pacific region.”

During the phone call, PM Modi and Abe welcomed the signing of the agreement that was signed between India and Japan for reciprocal provision of supplies and services between their defence forces, which is expected to drive closer military cooperation and contribute to regional security.

Hindusthan Samachar