PM Modi Returned from Japan: PM visits Japan to attend Quad Group meeting Narendra Modi His two-day tour is over and now he is back in India. His plane reached the Air Force Station in Palam, Delhi this morning. At the same time, now PM Modi will attend the meeting of the Union Cabinet at 11 o’clock. This meeting will be held at the PM’s residence itself.
This was the fourth time PM Modi participated in the talks with the leaders of the Quad nations in Japan. This included Australia, Japan, America. The Ukraine-Russia war was also seriously discussed in this meeting. It reiterated its commitment to a free, open and inclusive Indo-Pacific. PM Modi also held bilateral meetings with the new Prime Minister of Australia, Anthony Albanese and Prime Minister of Japan Fumiya Kishida, including US President Joe Biden.
PM Modi took part in many programs in Japan
After the brainstorming between the four leaders, it was said that the quad countries are committed to maintaining peace and security in the region of Indo-Pacific. All these countries will decide that international rules like UNCLOS made for sea transport should be followed. Also, freedom of movement in the East and South China Sea and freedom of transport in the airspace should be achieved.
Let us tell you, on the first day of Japan visit, PM Modi took part in many programs. He also participated in the launch of the Indo-Pacific Economic Framework and also presided over the Business Roundtable in Tokyo.
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