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India and Japan join hands for 5G technologies

5G Technologies

5G Technologies– On Friday, Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi talked to the newly appointed Japanese Prime minister Yoshihide Suga to take the bilateral tis and the partnership between the two countries on another level. Now in the new development in the partnership between the two countries India and Japan have decided to work together on 5G and 5G plus technologies including the help from other QUAD strategic dialogue members- Australia, US and Israel. The matter regarding the development of the futuristic technologies will be discussed next month in the meeting of QUAD Foreign Ministers in Japan.

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India is trying to establish more technological global standards

Presently including the project of 5G technologies with Japan, India is also setting eyes on 3GPP and umbrella mobile telecommunications standard organization and as for now is very successful in the global standards to include the first rural standard for telecommunication. Now as the development of industrial and manufacturing sectors are changing India is eyeing to set more technological global standards.

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This agreement will help in building ‘free and open indo-pacific’

It is clear that the Japanese Prime Minister have talked to PM Modi to push forward QUAD with other three members to contribute to multilateral efforts to make a ‘ free and open indo-pacific’. Both the countries Japan and India are on the way to worsen ties with China as India has been facing Chinese Army in Ladakh since April and Japan is in face-off with Chinese Army in Senkaku Islands.

In the starting of this month India and Japan came into another agreement that will allow Japanese Armed Forces and Indian Army to share supplies and transport duties. Right now Indian and Japanese Navy are exercising with the possibility that Australian Navy will join the QUAD exercise in November if they don’t rule out of the exercise.

 

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