At the invitation of Prime Minister Shri Narendra Modi, Mr. Shinzo Abe, Prime Minister of Japan, will undertake an official visit to India on September 13 and 14, 2017.
Prime Minister Modi and Prime Minister Abe will hold the 12th India-Japan Annual Summit, at Mahatma Mandir in Gandhinagar, Gujarat on the 14th of September. The two leaders will deliver statements to the media. An India Japan Business Plenary is scheduled the same day.
This will be the fourth Annual Summit between Prime Minister Modi and Prime Minister Abe. The two leaders will review the recent progress in the multifaceted cooperation between India and Japan under the framework of their 'Special Strategic and Global Partnership' and will set its future direction.
The two leaders will attend a public function to mark the commencement of work of India’s first high-speed rail project between Ahmedabad and Mumbai, on 14th of September. The train is expected to significantly reduce travel time between the two cities. Japan is a pioneer in high-speed rail networks, and its Shinkansen bullet train is among the fastest in the world.
The city of Ahmedabad will greet Prime Minister Abe with an elaborate civic reception on 13th of September, showcasing the cultural diversity of India, through a series of performances.
The two Prime Ministers will visit Sabarmati Ashram, established by Mahatma Gandhi on the banks of the Sabarmati River. They will then visit the “Sidi Saiyyid Ni Jaali” – a famous 16th century mosque in Ahmedabad. The two leaders will also visit Dandi Kutir, the museum dedicated to Mahatma Gandhi, at the Mahatma Mandir.
Japan and India are accomplices in peace, with a typical enthusiasm for and correlative obligation regarding advancing the security, steadiness and flourishing of Asia and also in propelling worldwide peace and evenhanded improvement. Toward the start of the 21st century, Japan and India set out to take their respective relationship to a subjectively new level.
The establishment for this was laid when Mr. Yoshiro Mori, Prime Minister of Japan and Shri Atal Behari Vajpayee, Prime Minister of India concurred amid the historic point visit of Mr. Mori to India in August 2000 to build up the "Global Partnership in the 21st Century". Today, India and Japan share a worldwide vision of peace, solidness and shared flourishing, in light of practical improvement.
Abe and Modi speak to the most obvious opportunity for building up a persevering understanding. The two are ideological perfect partners, have a place with the 1950s era, share the zodiac indication of Virgo, and see each different as companions. Without a doubt, similar to two amigos meeting after quite a while, Modi and Abe welcomed each other with a giant squeeze and shining and radiating grins. The Abe-Modi partiality has been encouraged both by individual science and obstinate figurings about the significance of Indo-Japanese coordinated effort in their plans to rejuvenate their nations' economy and security and reestablish national pride.
Universal relations hypothesis expect that interstate relations are formed by indifferent powers, particularly icy estimations of national intrigue. In truth, history is resolved similarly, if not more, by the part of identities, including their own qualities and quirks and their scan for national security and regard.