PM Modi arrives in Japan for G20 Summit
OSAKA: Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Thursday arrived here in Japan for the G20 Summit during which he will attend important plurilateral meetings and meet with the world leaders including US President Donald Trump.
This will be Prime Minister Modi's sixth G20 Summit which is being held at Osaka on June 28-29.
In his departure statement, he said that issues such as women empowerment, artificial intelligence and common efforts to address challenges like terrorism will be high on his agenda.
"The summit will provide an important opportunity to reiterate and reinforce our strong support to reformed multilateralism, which is crucial for preserving rule-based international order in today's fast-changing world," Modi said.
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Amit • 10 hours ago
Good luck with the summit PM Modi, I am sure you will represent India well and will do whatever is needed to fortify our position in G20 group.
YE HAI MERA HINDUSTAN MERA• Doha • 9 hours ago
Ha ha ha
Himanshu Sharma • 9 hours ago
INDIAN PM WHO EARNED RESPECT FOR INDIA FRO PUTIN ,TRUMP , ISRAEAL,FAR EAST ,GULF ,AFRICA
AK M• 8 hours ago
Yes. For the first time, we have a PM who's actually working the way 'people' want and hope him to. God bless Modi. Pride of India.
Vtknayanar • 7 hours ago
People who make fun of Modiji may well try to think for a while that it is not child''s play dealing with world leaders like Putin, Trump and Xi. It needs tremendous calibre and confidence. How many of our earlier PM''S have interacted with world leaders on such an extensive scale ? Now people have come to know there is a country called INDIA.
subhankar dey • 8 hours ago
Good luck to our PM, hope some really good news comes.
Mowgli • Jungle • 10 hours ago
He should buy more bullet trains from japan.
Rajinder Goyal• Winnipeg • 8 hours ago
apan and India are already involved in a bilateral projct of developing bullet train technology in India. An Ahmedabad to Mumbai bullet train is already in the works.
The Contrarian • 4 hours ago
"PM Modi arrives in Japan for G20 Summit". UNESCO has just now declared that Modeeejeee is the first PM to arrive in Japan for G20 Summit.
Sabu • Hyderabad • 8 hours ago
all d best
Barkat Choudhury• 8 hours ago
He is elected by idiots who belived Hindutva is in danger. The idiots feom cow belt give priority to Hindutva more than India
Shyamsunder • Bangalore • 6 hours ago
See the difference of Modi with that of docile MMS during UPA regime.He was ignored of his presence.Today, Nodi is most sought after leader by world leaders.It is a tribute to india for having such a visionary and dynamic leader.At this hour, nation wishes him all success in G20 meet.
Aish Reddy • Hyderabad • 7 hours ago
where ever modi ji goes there will be good bond with the foreigners. he strives for cooperation between the two countries and friendliness.
Gururaj Babu • 7 hours ago
Good positive outcomes expected from the summit for India.
Atul • 8 hours ago
Just a month after swearing in this is 4th country he is visiting. Really a world traveler.
Atul Shah • 4 hours ago
do u even know what G20 is? Dont bark unless u have clarifications
David Ghosh • 2 hours ago
PM Modi traveled to Japan, how an illiterate man, who can''t speak English or Spanish can take part in ,G20 meeting. He was asked to go there to polish the pair of shoes, President Trump
sarthak pal• 1 hour ago
idiots like you won''t understand the value of promoting one''s mother tongue.
David Ghosh • 2 hours ago
PM of India Mr Modi in saffron jacket traveled to Japan to join G20 summit? Really? Not to attend but Modi will clean up the meeting table, chairs and floor. He went there as an Indian labour.
Valerian Pereira • india • 7 hours ago
Japan is our Natural partners in Developt and growth.
Vijay Vasani• 8 hours ago
Pakistan goes around with a begging bowl... too many pakis have no work but posting pakitive comments on Indian news portals...
Hopeless • 8 hours ago
Foreign ministers have no role because Modi loves travelling abroad. He is never in India when anything goes wrong
Priti Shilpa • 5 hours ago
Finally the foreign tours have begun. Second round though to all places on earth in the new tenure.
Guest • 5 hours ago
Modi is weak PM at international arena. If India neglect its national interest and bow down by US pressure to not buy cheapest Iranian oils.
Daddy Kool • 6 hours ago
Welcome back , The Tourist
Dr Vidyadhar Yellutla• Bangalore • 5 hours ago
Do you know what is G-20 means? Can you also go to G-20 as tourist?