India Japan Relations- Foreign Minister S. Jaishankar said that India-Japan sharing is one-two-for-one as well as for the Indo-Pacific and the global system (BUT). Jaishankar and Defense Minister Rajnath Singh visited Japan on Thursday for ‘Tuples Two’ talks with their counterparts – Foreign Minister Hayashi Yoshishima and Defense Minister Hamada Yasukazu, respectively.
“(We) took note of progress in various aspects of bilateral assistance,” Jaishankar tweeted on Thursday after concluding a ‘strategic talk’ with his icon Pratik Yoshimasa. Current field and cultural discussions. Broadening the range of thought and quickly expressing your individuality within it.”
Quad One Tactical Group- Jaishankar
External Affairs Minister Jaishankar said, “India-Japan mediation is one-sided, good for the Indo-Pacific and the global system.” Japan and India are members of the Quad, which also includes the United States and Australia. It has a strategy group, some might consider a spur to China’s growing influence in the Indo-Pacific. China claims most of the multinational South China Sea, so, the Philippines, Brunei, Malaysia, and Wat to name a few of its claims.
Beijing has built artificial islands and military forces in the South China Sea. Jaishankar and Singh talk to the Indian community in Kotak on Friday. After talking to him, Jaishankar said in a tweet, “Well, he said, ‘I’ll try hard.’ The love and affection of the heart for the motherland is revealed.
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