Defence Minister Rajnath Singh, on a two-day visit to Japan, on Monday met Prime Minister Shinzo Abe in Tokyo and said India was committed to enhancing defence engagements between the two countries, besides strengthening bilateral arrangements.
Mr. Singh also met Japane Defence Minister Takeshi Iwaya on the first day of his visit. He is accompanied by a high-level defence ministry delegation.
“The meeting with the Prime Minister of Japan Mr @AbeShinzo was excellent. India attaches the highest priority to our bilateral relationship with Japan. I conveyed to him India’s commitment to further enhance the defence engagements between both the countries,” Mr Singh tweeted.
According to a defence ministry official, Mr Singh also discussed abrogation of Article 370 and said talks and cross-border terrorism, originating from Pakistan, couldn’t go together.
He also invited Japanese companies to participate in the biennial arms exhibition Defence Expo 2020, scheduled to be held in Lucknow.
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