Japan s’ former PM replied to PM Modi s’ recovery wishes

Japan former PM

Japan former PM replied to PM Modi: Former Prime Minister of Japan Mr. Shinzo Abe has to resign from his post because of his ill health.
PM Narendra Modi has tweeted for the recovery of Japans’ PM. He tweeted that “This was a piece of awful information for me. I hope my dear friend @AbeShinzo will recover fastly. And the relationship between India and Japan will grow stronger. I will wish and pray for your speedy recovery”.


In the context of that PM of Japan has also replied by tweeting ” I’m deeply touched by your warm greetings and wishes, Prime Minister @narendramodi and I will hope the relationship between India and Japan will also enhance.


Shizo Abe has to turn out to be the longest-serving Prime Minister of Japan. He has announced his resignation from the post of Prime Minister on 28 August 2020. He was the only Prime Minister of Japan who has to enhance the relations between Japan and India. PM Modi also stated that he has ruled his country with wise rules and regulations.

Japan’s PM has also made some business deals with India which are too important for the trading connections between India and Japan.

PM Modi

India imports from Japan the following things:

  • Iron and steel
  • Copper
  • Organic Chemicals
  • Machinery, boilers
  • Vehicles
  • Mineral fuels

Japan imports from India

  • Tea and coffee
  • Spices
  • Tobacco
  • Leather garments
  • Petroleum products
  • Agricultural products

Prime Narendra Modi has visited Japan on 29 June 2019 regarding the global summit named as G20 summit. He attends this summit in Osaka, Japan. In this summit, they had discussed the bilateral cooperation in trade and investments. After this summit, Japna has started making their relations with India. And also started exporting and importing essential goods and productive items too.

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