While protests are raging against the Citizenship Amendment Act (CAA) in India external fallout is evident with a number of challenges faced in managing relations with partners and competitors.
Managing response from key partners in the neighbourhood as Bangladesh and the Indo Pacific as Japan and the US and EU may be some of the key challenges faced by the MEA in the wake of CAA
Joint Statement issued after the Summit amongst other issues emphasised that the two sides had a shared vision of a free, open, inclusive and rules-based Indo-Pacific region
India has established a 2 + 2 format with all the QUAD countries, thus after Japan now in December Australia as well as the U.S, will also be holding the same in New Delhi
The Joint Statement: First India-Japan 2+2 Foreign and Defence Ministerial Meeting emphasized on increasing security cooperation in the Indo Pacific
In signs of growing cooperation between India and Japan, the Prime Minister’s meeting in Bangkok, coincided with the Ex Dharma Guardian between the two land forces
G 20 was effectively employed to underline India’s commitment to multi alignment shedding blocks while remaining engaged with key strategic partners
Even as Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe was in Beijing conferring with the Chinese leadership on 25 October, two days later on 27 October, Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi landed in Tokyo
Visit of General Wei Fenghe is a welcome development even as Indian Defence Minister has held talks with her Japanese counterpart and is due to meet US Defence Secretary within a fortnight.
MEA and Embassy of Japan held first joint meeting of India-Japan Act East Forum co-chaired by Dr. S. Jaishankar and Kenji Hiramatsu.
Re-election of Prime Minister Abe augurs will for India Japan relations
An imperative for stability in a region or in the larger context a continent is for large powers such as India, China and Japan to cooperate.
EAM had Ministerial Trilateral with US Secretary of State Tillerson and Japanese FM Kono in New York
India-Japan Joint Statement during visit of Prime Minister of Japan to India.
The visit of Prime Minister Shinzo Abe to India on 13 and 14 September seems to suggest that India and Japan are moving from being special strategic and global partners to near allies.
Prime Minister of Japan to India,welcomed 50th anniversary of establishment of ASEAN.
Japan Shinzo Abe pledged to assist Sri Lanka under Free and Open Indo-Pacific concept to fulfill island nation's objectives of becoming regional hub in Indian Ocean.
India Japan Prime Minister summit programme was discussed during the meeting
Prime Minister Abe appreciated India’s invitation to JMSDF for the next "Malabar” maritime exercise.
Japan is the only country with which India has what is called a 2+2, that is the Foreign Secretary and the Defence Secretary on the Indian side with their counterparts on the Japanese side meet regularly.
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