India and Japan: Rajnath, Jaishankar to visit Tokyo, attend 2+2 ministerial talksHence, according to the Ministry of External Affairs, both the Ministers will also attend the Defense Ministerial Meeting and Foreign Ministers’ Strategic Dialogue.
The second 2+2 ministerial dialogue will be held in Japan by Defense Minister Rajnath Singh and External Affairs Minister S Jaishankar. He will be in Japan from September 7 to September 10. There the two leaders will meet their Japanese counterparts. According to the Ministry of External Affairs, both sides will explore new ways to strengthen bilateral relations during this period.
Defense Minister Rajnath Singh is currently in Mongolia. On Monday, he left for Mongolia on a three-day visit. Mongolia will be the direct route for the Defense Minister to reach Japan.
Many issues will be discussed in the meeting
According to the Ministry of External Affairs, they will also participate in defense ministerial level meetings and foreign ministers’ strategic dialogue with their counterparts. During the visit, he will hold talks with Japanese Defense Minister Yasukazu Hamada and Foreign Minister Yoshimasa Hayashi.
Kishida announced an investment of Rs 3,20,000 crore
Earlier, Japanese Prime Minister Fumio Kishida visited India to attend the India-Japan Summit. After about five months, the ‘Two Plus Two’ dialogue is being held. During the summit in New Delhi, Kishida announced an investment of Rs 3,20,000 crore in India over the next five years. India started ‘Two Plus Two’ dialogue with Japan in 2019. India also conducts ‘Two Plus Two’ dialogues with some countries including the US, Japan, Australia and Russia.
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Cooperation between India and Australia
On the contrary, Foreign Minister S. Jaishankar participated in India-Australia Leadership Dialogue 2022. According to him, India and Australia will address the global commodity shortage bilaterally and in a larger format. He said Australia is a strong supporter of India’s Indo-Pacific Ocean Initiative (IPOI).