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Oct 27, 2018
9:05PM

PM Modi reaches Tokyo to attend Annual India-Japan Bilateral Summit

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Prime Minister Narendra Modi reached Tokyo on Saturday evening on a three-day tour to attend the 13th Annual India-Japan Bilateral Summit. 

Mr Modi will attend an informal lunch hosted by his Japanese counterpart Shinzo Abe in the Yamanashi Prefecture tomorrow.  He is also scheduled to visit the automation and robotic firm FANUC in the industrial city facing Mount Fuji. 

Later, Mr Modi will also attend a private dinner hosted by Mr Abe at his second home in Yamanashi. Both the leaders will travel by train to Tokyo the same night.

The Prime Minister’s official engagements will begin on Monday. Mr Modi will be accorded the ceremonial welcome by the Japanese Prime Minister Mr Shinzo Abe on the same day. 

Delegation level talks and joint statements will follow. 
 

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