Japanese Prime Minister officially invites PM Modi to G7 Hiroshima Summit
Japanese Prime Minister Fumio Kishida has extended a formal invitation to Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi to attend the G7 Summit. The invitation came after the two leaders held a delegation-level talk at Hyderabad House in Delhi.During the meeting, Prime Minister Modi expressed his appreciation for the strong ties between India and Japan and stressed the importance of maintaining the momentum of mutual cooperation between the two countries.
He also highlighted the significance of leading two major global summits, the G20 and G7, by their respective countries.The G7, or Group of Seven, is an organization of the world's largest advanced economies that includes Canada, France, Germany, Italy, Japan, the United Kingdom, and the United States. The annual summit brings together the leaders of these countries to discuss and coordinate on issues of global importance such as
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change, international security, and economic policy.Japan, which is currently holding the G7 presidency, has invited India, along with Australia, South Korea, and South Africa, to participate in the upcoming G7 Summit as guest countries. This move reflects Japan's efforts to expand the group's membership and promote a more inclusive and diverse approach to global governance.Prime Minister Modi's attendance at the G7 Summit will provide India with an opportunity
to participate in important discussions and decisions that will shape the global agenda. It will also strengthen India's ties with other G7 member countries and promote greater cooperation and collaboration on key issues affecting the world today.The invitation extended by Prime Minister Kishida to Prime Minister Modi reflects the strong and growing partnership between India and Japan and their commitment to working together on a range of global challenges.