Prime Minister Narendra Modi spoke to Japan’s PM Fumio Kishida over the phone, stressing on special strategic and global partnership

प्रधानमंत्री नरेंद्र मोदी ने जापान के पीएम फुमियो किशिदा से की फोन पर बात, विशेष रणनीतिक और वैश्विक साझेदारी पर जोर

Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Japanese Prime Minister Fumio Kishida

Prime Minister Narendra Modi spoke on the phone with the new Prime Minister of Japan Fumio Kishida today i.e. on Friday. This is the first time after Kishida took over as PM that PM Modi has spoken to him over the phone.

Earlier, PM Modi had also congratulated Kishida on becoming the Prime Minister on Monday. PM Modi had said that he looks forward to working with him to further strengthen the special strategic and global partnership in the region. PM Modi tweeted, “Congratulations and best wishes to the new Prime Minister of Japan, Fumio Kishida. I look forward to working with them to advance the Special Strategic and Global Partnership and to advance peace and prosperity in our region.”

Earlier, PM Modi said that the friendship between India and Japan is considered one of the most natural partnership in the entire region. He said that Japan is one of India’s most trusted friends. Earlier on Monday, Japanese lawmakers voted to approve Fumio Kishida as the new prime minister.

In fact, Japan’s parliament on Monday elected former Foreign Minister Fumio Kishida as the country’s new prime minister. Kishida faces the challenge of swiftly dealing with the coronavirus global pandemic and security challenges ahead of the impending national election.

Yoshihide Suga replaced

The MPs’ approval comes after the ruling Liberal Democratic Party (LDP) elected 64-year-old Kishida as the new leader. In September incumbent Prime Minister Yoshihide Suga announced his withdrawal from the election to head the LDP. This simply meant that he would resign as the head of the government. At the same time, according to media reports, Toshimitsu Motegi is going to remain as Foreign Minister. On the other hand, Hirokazu Matsuno will remain the Chief Cabinet Secretary.

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