Japanese PM Visits India

Japanese PM Visits India

Japanese PM Visits India

(New Delhi) – Japan’s Prime Minister Shinzo Abe is in New Delhi to push for closer commercial and strategic ties with India, as Tokyo seeks to offset Beijing’s growing regional might. Since coming to power in 2012 Abe has trotted the globe, partly in his self-appointed role as salesman for Japan Inc.
Abe was received at the airport by Indian government officials. While talking to the reporters Abe said that he wants to “develop vigorously” economic and security cooperation with India. Abe’s trip comes as Japan and China are locked in a bitter territorial row over islands in the East China Sea that Asia’s two largest economies both claim.

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