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PM Modi on Japan visit from August 30: Terms it as an opportunity to take Indo-Japan relations to a new level
Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi will be visiting Japan from August 30. This will be his first visit to Japan after becoming the Prime Minister. PM Modi's five day visit to Japan is termed as historic by the foreign policy experts as they are expecting many crucial outcomes from the meetings between Indian PM and Japanese PM Shizo Abe.

This will be also Modi's first bilateral visit outside the subcontinent. Soon after becoming the PM, Modi visited Bhutan and Nepal. The Nepal visit was a total success as it helped in bringing the much need warmth in the relations between the two nations.

Apprising the nation of his Japan visit, PM Modi in a series of tweets on micro-blogging site Twitter said that he was keenly looking forward to his Japan visit, which would boost relations between the two countries. PM Modi was actually to visit Japan in early July but could not do so due to Parliament session.

The Indian PM in a tweet said that he would be visiting Tokyo and Kyoto where he would hold interaction with Japanese politicians, business leaders and students. PM Modi termed his Japan visit as an important opportunity to strengthen the bilateral relations between the two nations.

PM Modi who sees an immense scope of cooperation between the two countries remembered the time when he had visited Japan as Gujarat's CM. In particular he was very appreciative of Japanese hospitality.

Indian PM while admiring the scale of innovation and level of precision among the people of Japan emphasised that both the nations can learn a lot from each other. PM Modi, while praising the leadership quality of Japanese PM, expressed his excitement to meet him and recalled the warm relationship he enjoys with PM Abe.

The Indians Prime Minister Narendra Modi in a tweet addressed to Japanese PM said that the friendship between both the nations is time tested.

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