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On digital camera, PM Modi asks Japanese child: ‘Waah! The place did you study Hindi from?’

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Prime Minister Narendra Modi, who’s in Japan for a two-day go to to attend the quad summit, acquired a heat welcome from the Indian diaspora and Japanese residents upon his arrival at a lodge in Tokyo on Monday.

“Landed in Tokyo. Will probably be participating in numerous programmes throughout this go to together with the Quad Summit, assembly fellow Quad leaders, interacting with Japanese enterprise leaders and the colourful Indian diaspora,” PM Modi tweeted in each Japanese and English.

Modi’s interplay with youngsters exterior the lodge in Tokyo stood out. He interacted with a boy who was ready for him with a drawing of the Indian flag. The Prime Minister praised him for his fluency in Hindi and requested him the place he learnt the language from.

“…Can’t communicate Hindi a lot, however I perceive…PM learn my message, and I additionally bought his signature, so I’m very completely satisfied…,” stated Wizuki, a grade 5 pupil who interacted with PM Modi.

 

The Prime Minister thanked the Indian diaspora for the nice and cozy welcome. “Japan’s Indian group has made pioneering contributions in several fields. They’ve additionally remained related with their roots in India. I thank the Indian diaspora in Japan for the nice and cozy welcome,” he tweeted.

Other than PM Modi, the Quad summit in Tokyo on Could 24 might be attended by US President Joe Biden, Japanese Prime Minister Fumio Kishida and Australian prime minister-elect Anthony Albanese.

PM Modi, who’s visiting Tokyo on the invitation of his Japanese counterpart Fumio Kishida, will maintain separate bilateral conferences with Biden, Kishida and Albanese on the sidelines of the summit.

“In Japan, I will even take part within the second in-person Quad Leaders’ Summit, which can present a chance for the leaders of the 4 Quad nations to evaluation the progress of Quad initiatives,” PM Modi stated in his departure assertion.

“We will even change views about developments within the Indo-Pacific area and world problems with mutual curiosity,” the Prime Minister added.

(With PTI inputs)



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