Prime Minister Modi addresses the Indian Diaspora in Japan
23 May, 2022 | Riya Girdhar
Prime Minister Narendra Modi spoke to the Indian diaspora in Tokyo on Monday as part of his two-day visit to Japan for the Quad Summit.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi spoke to the Indian diaspora in Tokyo on Monday as part of his two-day visit to Japan for the Quad Summit. Modi had separate bilateral discussions with Japanese business executives earlier in the day after arriving in Tokyo at the request of his Japanese counterpart Fumio Kishida.
“Whenever I visit Japan, the people show me a lot of love. Some of you have lived in Japan for many years and have assimilated its culture. “The commitment to Indian culture and language continues to develop,” Modi stated during the ceremony.
Top quotes by the PM during his addressal
India and Japan have always been natural allies. Japan has been a significant contributor to India’s growth. Intimacy, spirituality, cooperation, and belonging characterise our relationship with Japan.
Before travelling to Chicago for his historic presentation, Swami Vivekananda visited Japan and made an indelible effect on his mind. He had freely lauded the Japanese people’s patriotism, confidence, and knowledge of the need of cleanliness.
Corona exposed the world to the worst crisis in a century. No one knew what would happen next when it began. Nobody knew if the vaccine would arrive or not. However, India also sent medications to other countries at the time.India is lucky enough to have Gautam Buddha’s benediction. India is dedicated to serving humanity, and no matter how difficult the problem, India will find a solution.
When vaccines were available, India provided ‘Made in India’ vaccines to millions of Indian citizens as well as sending them to over 100 countries across the world.
The world is now aware of the speed and extent with which India is expanding its infrastructure and capabilities. Japan is an essential partner in our capacity-building efforts.
The high-speed rail between Mumbai and Ahmedabad, the Delhi-Mumbai Industrial Route, and the dedicated freight corridor are all excellent instances of India-Japan collaboration.