Prime Minister Narendra Modi received a warm welcome in Tokyo when he arrived in Japan on a two-day visit to attend a summit of quad leaders aimed at further strengthening cooperation among influential group countries and discussing Indo-Pacific development. Region.
Prime Minister Modi talks to children outside a hotel in Tokyo. He also saw a drawing of a young girl and signed an autograph for her during his conversations with the children.
He then contacted a boy who was waiting for him with a triangular drawing. Prime Minister Modi asked him where he had learned Hindi from and praised him for his fluency in the language.
“Wow! Where did you learn Hindi? … You know it well? “Prime Minister Modi asked the Japanese boy waiting for autographs with Indian children as he arrived at a hotel in Tokyo.
The boy, overwhelmed with praise for Prime Minister Modi, said: “… I can’t speak much Hindi, but I understand … the Prime Minister has read my message, and I have received his signature, so I am very happy …”
In addition to Prime Minister Modi, US President Joe Biden, Japanese Prime Minister Fumio Kishida and Australian Prime Minister-elect Anthony Albanese will attend the Quad Summit in Tokyo on May 24.
Prime Minister Modi, who is visiting Tokyo at the invitation of his Japanese counterpart Fumio Kishida, will hold separate bilateral meetings with Biden, Kishida and Albanians in addition to the summit. He hosted Kishida for the 14th India-Japan Annual Conference in March 2022.