Quad leaders reiterated their resolve to maintain peace and stability in the region. “Today, we look ahead to the work we’re yet to do.
It said the two leaders committed to deepening the "major defence partnership", encouraging economic engagement that benefits both countries, and expanding the partnership on global health.
Official sources said that Modi during his visit will have business, diplomatic and community interactions and he will interact with over 30 Japanese CEOs and also with Indian diaspora.
PM Kishida will be in Delhi on the March 19-20 for the 14th India-Japan Annual Summit, which is being held after a gap of nearly three-and-a-half years.