PM Modi Visit Japan: PM Modi arrived in Hiroshima, Japan, know the reason

PM Modi Visit Japan: PM Modi arrived in Hiroshima, Japan, know the reason

PM Modi Visit Japan: Prime Minister Narendra Modi has arrived in Hiroshima, Japan to participate in the G-7 Annual Summit. Prime Minister Modi has come here on the invitation of Japanese Prime Minister Fumio Kishida. Japan, as the current chair of the G-7 group, is hosting its summit and India has been invited as the guest country.

Foreign Secretary Kwatra said on Thursday (May 18). The meeting of the G-7 group will discuss several topics related to priorities including increasing connectivity, security, denuclearization, economic security, regional issues, climate change, food and health and development. Apart from this, issues like digitalization, science and technology are also included.

He said that India will participate in three formal sessions, in which the first two sessions will be held on May 20 and the third session on May 21. The topics of the first two sessions will be gender equality, climate change and environment. Also, the third session covers topics like peaceful, sustainable and progressive world.

Also Read: Manish Sisodia Letter : "Jail or hang" , a letter written by Manish Sisodia in the name of the country, said- if every poor child is educated then… There is also a possibility of a meeting. Prime Minister Narendra Modi, US President Joe Biden, Japanese Prime Minister Fumio Kishida and Australian Prime Minister Anthony Albanese will participate in it.

Landed in Hiroshima to join the G7 Summit proceedings. Will also be having bilateral meetings with various world leaders.

— Narendra Modi (@narendramodi) May 19, 2023

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