Tokyo, ANI. Prime Minister Narendra Modi reached Tokyo, the capital of Japan today (on Monday). PM Modi has arrived in Japan to attend the Tokyo Quad Summit. Upon arrival in Tokyo, the Prime Minister tweeted, “Locked down in Tokyo. During this visit, I will participate in various events including the Quad Summit, besides meeting with Quad leaders, interacting with Japanese business leaders and Indian Diaspora.

Earlier on Sunday, PM Modi said that during the Quad Summit, the leaders would once again get an opportunity to discuss various initiatives and issues of mutual interest.

PM Modi will be given a grand welcome

Meanwhile, the Indian community in Japan is already gearing up to welcome PM Modi in the city of Kawaguchi in Saitama Prefecture. Talking to news agency ANI, Ramesh Kumar Pandey, Secretary, Bengali Indian Community said that today around 100-150 people will welcome PM Modi.

Pandey said, ‘About 100-150 people will gather to welcome PM Modi. An event will be organized in front of the hotel where they are staying. Pandey further said that PM Modi has raised India’s stature abroad. Nowadays everyone is looking towards India in the context of Ukraine.

PM Modi to meet US President

During his visit, the Prime Minister will also hold a bilateral meeting with US President Joe Biden on Tuesday. The talks will also see a ‘constructive and direct’ dialogue with continued discussions on the situation in Ukraine.

Warm welcome by Indian diaspora

Prime Minister Modi was warmly received by the Indian diaspora in Tokyo, Japan. Slogans of ‘Bharat Mata Ki Jai’ and ‘Modi-Modi’ were raised on the arrival of PM Modi.

Let us inform that he will participate in the Quad Leaders Summit as part of his 2-day tour starting today i.e. Monday 23 May.

PM Modi meets children

On arrival at the hotel in Tokyo, PM Modi met a Japanese child, the child introduced himself in Hindi, listening to which PM Modi asked ‘Wow! From where did you learn Hindi? You know this very well. Some Indian children also took autographs from PM Modi.

Today, at the invitation of Japanese Prime Minister Fumio Kishida, PM Modi has arrived in Tokyo to attend the Quad Leaders’ Summit as part of his 2-day visit beginning May 23.

This visit of PM Modi is going to be very important to further boost investment in India. Giving a brief on Prime Minister Modi’s engagements with Japanese businessmen, Indian Ambassador to Japan Sanjay Kumar Verma said Tokyo is excited about the opportunities in New Delhi. PM Modi and his Japanese counterpart Fumio Kishida have an ambition to invest five trillion Japanese yen in India through public, private and funding. Verma told news agency ANI that Japan is very excited about the opportunities in India. Especially about PLI Scheme Schemes. So we need to understand them better. When the prime ministers of the two countries met at the 14th summit in New Delhi this year in March 2022, they had ambitions to invest five trillion Japanese yen in India through public, private and financing modes. Along with this, he said that quad leaders will also take initiatives for diversification of reliable supply chains and will have a special discussion on them.

Edited By: Piyush Kumar