New Delhi, Prime Minister Narendra Modi will be involved in nine events, including a meeting with three world leaders, during his nearly 20-hour trip to Japan on May 9 for the Quad Summit. Official sources have given this information.
Sources said Modi would be attending the Quad Summit in Tokyo with US President Jay Biden, Prime Ministers of Australia and Japan. He said PM Modi would hold trade, diplomatic and community talks during his visit.
Sources said he would hold talks with more than 20 Japanese CEOs and hundreds of Indian tour members.
The prime minister will spend one night in Tokyo and two nights in a plane.
PM Modi will hold bilateral talks with Biden and Japanese Prime Minister Kumio Fishida during the summit amid Russia’s invasion of Ukraine. PM Modi will also hold a bilateral meeting with his Australian counterpart.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi, US President Jay Biden and other Quad leaders are expected to discuss the Indo-Pacific region’s challenges and opportunities, as well as other global issues, at a summit in Tokyo on May 9.
PM Modi will travel to Japan on May 6 and 7 to attend the summit. Foreign Secretary Vinay Mohan Katra said the forthcoming summit would provide an opportunity to observe the progress made so far under the leaders’ quad structure and provide guidance for the future.
Foreign Secretary Vinay Mohan Katra told a press conference on Saturday that the Quad collaboration furthers the values of common values and principles of democracy, international law, rule of law, international law as well as an independent, open and inclusive Indo-Pacific vision.
Since the first summit, Quad has been working to implement a positive and constructive agenda with a strong focus on building peace, prosperity and stability in the Indo-Pacific region.