India’s Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Friday said the India-Japan special strategic and global partnership can help develop new technologies and solutions for the post-COVID-19 world.
The prime minister made these remarks on Twitter after speaking with his Japanese counterpart Shinzo Abe on the situation arising out of coronavirus outbreak.
Modi said, “Had a fruitful discussion with my friend, Japanese PM @abeshinzo about the COVID-19 pandemic. The India-Japan Special Strategic & Global Partnership can help develop new technologies and solutions for the post-COVID world – for our peoples, for the Indo-Pacific region, and for the world.”
Prime Minister Abe had recently declared a state of emergency in Tokyo and 6 other prefectures(districts under the authority of a prefect or governor) to contain the spread of the killer virus.
An official statement later said the 2 leaders discussed the global health and economic challenges emerging out of the COVID-19 pandemic. They also discussed the steps taken in their respective countries to deal with this crisis.
“The 2 leaders agreed that the India-Japan partnership could play a critical role in helping the world find solutions to the challenges arising out of the pandemic,” the statement said.
Both the leaders expressed appreciation for the support and facilitation provided during the present crisis to each other’s citizens present in their respective territories and agreed to continue such co-ordination.
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