Defence Minister finished his successful Mongolia visit on Wednesday only. In pic, a special he got from the Mongolian President  Khurelsukh. Singh named it 'Tejas' (Photo: Twitter)
Defence Minister finished his successful Mongolia visit on Wednesday only. In pic, a special he got from the Mongolian President Khurelsukh. Singh named it 'Tejas' (Photo: Twitter)

Rajnath Singh to participate in India-Japan 2+2 Ministerial Dialogue in Tokyo

New Delhi: After the successful completion of the visit to Mongolia, Defence Minister Rajnath Singh left for Japan on Wednesday on a four-day official visit. The Defence Minister, along with External Affairs Minister Dr S Jaishankar, will participate in the 2nd India-Japan 2+2 Ministerial Dialogue in Tokyo on September 08, 2022. The Japanese side will be represented by Minister of Defence Yasukazu Hamada and Minister of Foreign Affairs Mr Yoshimasa Hayashi.

The 2+2 Dialogue will review bilateral cooperation across domains and chart out the way forward. India and Japan are pursuing a Special Strategic and Global Partnership. This year marks 70 years of diplomatic relations between the two countries.

In addition to the 2+2 dialogue, Rajnath Singh will separately hold bilateral talks with his Japanese counterpart to further strengthen defence cooperation between the two countries across various sectors. He is also scheduled to call on the Prime Minister of Japan Mr Fumio Kishida during the visit.

Singh will also attend a community event organised by the Embassy of India in Tokyo and interact with the Indian diaspora in Japan.

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