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PM Modi Shinzo Abe News: Even after the death of Shinzo Abe, PM Modi did not forget friendship, will attend the state funeral!

Tokyo: Prime Minister Narendra Modi may attend the state funeral of former Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe on September 27 in Tokyo. This information was given here on Wednesday in the news of Japanese media quoting government officials. Abe was shot dead on July 8 while delivering a speech during an election campaign in Nara, Japan. According to the news agency ‘Kyodo’, Modi, who has close ties with Abe, will meet Prime Minister Fumio Kishida during his visit. However, no official announcement has been made on Prime Minister Modi’s visit to Japan to attend Abe’s state funeral in New Delhi or Tokyo.

PM Modi had tweeted on the death of Shinzo Abe
Prime Minister Modi expressed deep grief over the killing of Abe last month, saying he (Abe) devoted his entire life to making Japan and the world a better place. Modi had said in a tweet that I am shocked and saddened by the sad demise of one of my dear friends, Shinzo Abe and I have no words to express it. He was a top global statesman, an outstanding leader and a wonderful administrator. He dedicated his life to making Japan and the world a better place.

India-Japan two plus two talks to be held in Tokyo
According to the news, Japan and India are planning to hold a second round of “two-plus-two” security talks of their foreign and defense ministers in Tokyo on September 8. Modi last visited Japan in May, when he attended the summit of the Quad group organized by Kishida. According to the news, in the proposed ministerial security talks, Japanese Foreign Minister Yoshimasa Hayashi and Defense Minister Yasukazu Hamada will meet their Indian counterparts respectively S. Jaishankar and Rajnath Singh. According to the news, they can also discuss joint military exercises and other topics.

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