India and Japan Commit to Enhancing ‘Peacetime Cooperation’.

India and Japan Commit to Enhancing ‘Peacetime Cooperation’.

India and Japan Commit to Enhancing ‘Peacetime Cooperation’.
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NEW DELHI, India – India and Japan have reiterated their commitment to promoting “peace” between their countries. The announcement was made by the Minister of Foreign Affairs of India, Dr. S. Jaishankar expressed their common commitment towards peace, stability and prosperity in the region during the recent bilateral talks and take a more collaborative approach beyond traditional defence and security zones.

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Both countries are keen to expand their cooperation in various fields such as trade, technology and innovation. This new goal is to focus efforts and capabilities that will benefit both countries. Cooperation between the two countries also extends to various platforms advocating for a free, open and inclusive Indo-Pacific region.

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India and Japan recognise the importance of building strong partnerships to solve these problems. Both countries want to contribute to regional security and prosperity through deep cooperation. Cooperation with Japan forms the basis of India’s ‘Act East’ policy, which aims to strengthen relations with countries in the Asia-Pacific region. An important step in building a good partnership.

As both countries look to the future, this partnership should create growth, innovation and shared prosperity in the Indo-Pacific and beyond.

News source- https://www.thehindu.com/news/national/india-japan-will-work-to-strengthen-peacetime-cooperation-jaishankar/article67132238.ece


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